Nuclear chemistry in industry

The use of nuclear power in modern industry in developed countries is very important for improving processes for measurement and automation, and quality control. The use of radiation is applied in a wide range of activities, either in quality control of industrial processes, raw materials (cement, power plants, oil refineries, etc.) Or quality control of products manufactured in series, as a prerequisite for the full automation of the production lines at high speed. Irradiation with intense sources is considered as an operation to improve the quality of certain products (special plastics, sterilization products "disposable", etc.).The fact that small amounts of radioactive substances can be measured quickly and with accuracy, makes radioisotopes used to further process or analyse the characteristics of said processes. Production of wire and cables insulated with polyvinyl chloride gradient with gamma radiation, results in an increased resistance to thermal and chemical aggressions.

  • Nuclear energy in industry
  • Industrial uses of nuclear materials
  • Use of radiation in other industrial processes
  • Radio isotopes as tracers
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Reneweble Energy

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