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Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear chemistry is the study of chemical reactions involving changes in the number of protons and neutrons within each atom. With Wolfram|Alpha, one can explore the nuclear structure and properties of nuclides, such as the symbols, mass and neutron numbers, mass defects, binding energies and cosmic origins.

Nuclide Symbols

Build the nuclide symbol.

Write the nuclide symbol:

Write the abbreviated nuclide symbol:

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Particle Counts

Count the number of protons and neutrons in nuclides.

Compute the mass number:

Find the neutron number:

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Nuclide Properties

Investigate properties that depend upon the nuclear structure.

Determine mass defects:

Calculate binding energies:

Investigate the sources of elements:

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