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  • n. A chemist who specializes in radiochemistry

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  • n. a chemist who specializes in nuclear chemistry

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Examples

  • The Norwegian radiochemist Ellen Gleditsch paid several visits to the Radium Institute over the years at his invitation. 126 Well - known in the field and active in feminist politics, Gleditsch functioned as a mentor of the younger women scientists, paying attention not only to their scientific work but to their personal lives as well.

    Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna

  • I helped our radiochemist with preparation of some samples, I haven't done anything like that since I was still in school that is, before I went to university.

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  • I settled automatically and happily into his research group, and became a radiochemist working on the chemistry of radioactive atoms.

    F.Sherwood Rowland - Autobiography

  • Kamen began his career as a radiochemist at the University of California at Berkeley's Lawrence Radiation Laboratory.

    President Announces Recipients Of Fermi Award

  • What happens beyond that point is anyone's guess, said Kenton Moody, a radiochemist on the team at Livermore.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "There are solutions to the waste problems-the major problems are political, not scientific," said Rice, the radiochemist.

    WORLDMag.com

  • Andrew Rice, a radiochemist working on cleaning up radioactive waste at Hanford, a former plutonium reactor in Washington state.

    WORLDMag.com

  • Heinonen, a Finnish radiochemist, joined the IAEA in 1983 and was appointed head of safeguards in July 2005.

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

  • Laying down his challenge the former radiochemist says, "my critics be damned" as his essay repeats the points of the earlier 'Moon Paper.'

    GREENIE WATCH

  • The Tri-Cities is unusual to have so many businesses doing nuclear work, from nuclear power to nuclear medicine to the nuclear work being done at one of the Department of Energy's national laboratories and environmental cleanup at the Hanford nuclear reservation, said Sandra Fiskum, a radiochemist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

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