Radioisotopes can be picked up by PET scans, & so they're used in some medical investigations; here are two examples: # Radioisotopes injected into the blood stream to show which parts of the brain are most active (& therefore demand the greatest supply of blood) during a certain task. # A radioisotope attached to a molecule (e.g. a drug) which is known to bind only to certain receptor sites in the body; the PET scan can show where those receptor sites are, or whether there are the expected number of such sites present.
what are the radioisotopes elements and their uses in industry?
radioisotopes are used to label biomolecules and microbes so that they can be quantified
used in some medicines relatead to gene therapy to diagnoise the disease
Radioisotopes for many uses (e.g. medical, industrial, scientific) are produced in nuclear reactors.
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An example of a radioisotope would be radiation treatment for cancer. Radioisotopes are used in chemistry to destroy cell mutations through radiation. Chemotherapy is also a way in which radioisotopes are used in medicine.
Radioisotopes are not salts but salts may contain radioisotopes.
In nuclear science, neutrons are used to create different types of radioisotopes for medical uses or other uses Changes the atomic mass of an element creating isotopes
The positive uses of nuclear chemistry is its application in the medical field for imaging. It is a very useful diagnostic tool. Radiation and radioisotopes also have applications in agriculture for insect control.
Production of electricity in power plants, also use of radioisotopes in medicine and industry.
The isotope chromium-53 is used in isotopic geology for dating.
Radioisotopes are radioactive and unstable isotopes.
- radiodiagnostic- treatment with radioisotopes
the radioisotopes are used to determine age of the deceast.
Radioisotopes can emit harmful radiations that can cause cancer.
Uses of radioisotopes:- medical diagnostic or treatment- source of energy- radiochemical reactions- measuring thickness of foils- sterilization of foods and medical items- etc.
About 3.2 Radioisotopes in both bombings.
No, a dirty bomb is a radiological weapon. It simply uses conventional explosives to scatter radioisotopes over an area.
I have had a radioisotopes scan for chronic pain in my back and legs. What will show u on the scan?
Radioisotopes and stable isotopes of the same element have the same number of protons.
All radioisotopes can be detected by their radiation.
Radioactivity was discovered in the late 19th century. Radioisotopes have been discovered ever since then.
everywhere, from the center of the core to the top of the atmosphere there are radioisotopes of some element
The production of electricity using nuclear reactors, propulsion of ships and submarines, nuclear weapons, production of radioisotopes for medical and industrial use