Nuclear may refer to:
- Nuclear DNA
- Nuclear engineering
- Nuclear physics
- Nuclear power
- Nuclear reactor technology
- Nuclear weapon
- Nuclear space
- Nuclear operator
- Nuclear congruence
- Nuclear C*-algebra
Other articles related to "nuclear":
... In May 1998, India conducted five nuclear tests at the Pokharan range in Rajasthan ... Earlier a staunch supporter of nuclear disarmament, Fernandes openly endorsed the NDA Government's decision to test the nuclear bombs ... Fernandes has been the only defence minister of a nuclear power who has had a picture of Hiroshima bombing in his office ...
... at Carswell Air Force Base, crashed in northern British Columbia after jettisoning a Mark 4 nuclear bomb ... This was the first such nuclear weapon loss in history ... to Carswell AFB in Fort Worth, Texas, on a mission that included a simulated nuclear attack on San Francisco, California ...
... a few coal mines and close to Mioveni there is a nuclear research and production facility making nuclear fuels for the Cernavodă Nuclear Electric Power Plant ...
... year she caused controversy when she took part in an anti-nuclear protest, locking herself to a model nuclear submarine outside the Scottish parliament. 2007 she was arrested but not charged for taking part in a peaceful anti-nuclear demonstration at Faslane, as part of the Faslane 365 campaign ...
26 35 ... All primordial 289 ... The protonneutron ratio is not the only factor affecting nuclear stability ... Adding neutrons to isotopes can vary their nuclear spins and nuclear shapes, causing differences in neutron capture cross-sections and gamma spectroscopy ... neutrons are present with regard to the nuclear binding energy optimum, the nucleus becomes unstable and subject to certain types of nuclear decay ...
Famous quotes containing the word nuclear:
“The reduction of nuclear arsenals and the removal of the threat of worldwide nuclear destruction is a measure, in my judgment, of the power and strength of a great nation.”
—Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)
“American universities are organized on the principle of the nuclear rather than the extended family. Graduate students are grimly trained to be technicians rather than connoisseurs. The old German style of universal scholarship has gone.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)
“The emotional security and political stability in this country entitle us to be a nuclear power.”
—Ronald, Sir Mason (b. 1930)