11th revised new edition 2022 of the "Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart" with accompanying booklet available now.
The Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart has been published in an extended reprint and contains new and updated radioactive decay and thermal neutrons as well as cross-sectional data for 1035 nuclides including 82 new nuclides. In total, nuclear data on 4122 experimentally observed ground states and isomers are presented.
Due to its clear presentation, the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart is an important tool for radio and nuclear chemistry as well as radiation protection. It is used in all areas in which radionuclides are used, such as nuclear medicine or materials research.
The new booklet accompanying the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart contains the multilingual explanation of the Nuclide Chart in German, English, French and Spanish.
Poster Periodic Table of Elements
The first edition of the periodic table of the elements of Nucleonica is a new product that complements our Karlsruhe nuclide diagram in its various shapes and sizes and shows all known chemical elements and their properties and is widely used in chemistry, physics and other sciences. The data in the table are scientifically confirmed by Nucleonica and contain the information about the atomic number, the chemical symbol and the element name. In addition, the latest data on relative atomic weight, density, melting and boiling points, ionization potential and aggregate state (solid, liquid, gaseous) are given at room temperature for 118 elements. The table is colour-coded according to the type of element (e.g. type of metal, noble gases, halogens, etc.). By using scalable vector graphics, text and image are sharp and easy to read. The periodic table of elements is available in four languages: English, German, French and Spanish and printed in three sizes: DIN A3, DIN A1 and DIN A0.
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The Karlsruhe Nuclide Map was first published in 1958 by German radiochemists Walter Seelmann-Eggebert and Gerda Pfennig. At that time, nuclear physics was still a fairly young field of research, and
The first edition of Nucleonica's Periodic Table of the Elements is a new product to complement our Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart in its various forms and sizes. The Periodic Table of the Elements displays all known chemical elements and their properties and is widely used in chemistry, ...
The Joint Research Centre publishes new knowledge of elements' radioactivity and decay in user-friendly chart JRC publishes the 11th edition of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart, used for