Glenn Theodore Seaborg
SuperHeavy elements
Multitracers in chemistry and biochemistry
Nuclear recoil implosion for generating radioisotopically labeled fullerene endohedrals and cages
Nuclei far from stability
Some NDA techniques applied to international safeguards projects
Radionuclide separations in radioactive waste disposal
Use of nuclear techniques for the measurement of trace elements in food
Radioactive beams
Measurements of fission yields
Nuclear structure and decay data in the electronic age
Chemical challenges in the study of natural radioactive chains
The physics and radiochemistry of solar neutrino detectors
Scientists, spectrometry, and gamma-ray spectrum catalogues, 1957-2007
14 MeV fast neutron activation analysis in the year 2000
Radiation detectors for X-ray and gamma-ray spectroscopy
Nuclear structure near the particle drip-lines and explosive nucleosynthesis processes
Application of nuclear chemistry in the study of the universe
Recent advances in understanding nuclear reactions
The legacy and future of radioactive waste management at the millennium
The rise and fall of Hot Atom Chemistry
Nuclear reactions and radionuclides in the study of fullerenes
Prompt gamma-ray activation analysis
A review of accelerator-based techniques in analytical studies
Nuclear fuel cycle
The role of neutron activation analysis at The Dow Chemical Company
Advances in radiogeochemistry
Solvent extraction techniques in the study of short-lived radionuclides
Nuclear data for applications
Neutron activation techniques in environmental studies
Nuclear techniques in the elucidation of chemical structure
Radiation processing
Probing low-energy collective nuclear modes with fast neutrons
Hot Atom Chemistry
BIBLIOGRAPHIC COLLECTION - Radon in the environment