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Radioactive tracer

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A radioactive tracer, or radioactive label, is a chemical compound in which one or more atoms ... George de Hevesy won the 1943 Nobel Prize for Chemistry "for his work on the use of isotopes as...

Radioactive Tracers - body, used, water, plants, type, chemical, form ...

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Radioactive tracers are substances that contain a radioactive atom to allow easier ... stems, flowers, and other parts in the same way it does with normal water.

Nuclear Medicine | National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and ...

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Nuclear medicine is a medical specialty that uses radioactive tracers ( radiopharmaceuticals) to ... Click here to watch a short video about how PET scans work.

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Using isotopes as tracers | Sciencelearn Hub

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Oct 20, 2009 ... Radioactive isotopes have many useful applications in a wide variety of situations. A tracer is an artificially produced radioactive isotope ...

GCSE PHYSICS - How is a Radioactive Tracer used in Medicine ...

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Radioactive tracers can be used in medicine to detect internal bleeding. ... the thyroid gland in the neck is working properly. Iodine is present in small amounts in ...

isotopic tracer | chemistry | Britannica.com

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Isotopic tracer, any radioactive atom detectable in a material in a chemical, biological, ... An isotopic tracer must behave as does the material being studied, but, ... photosynthesis (in photosynthesis: Overall reaction of photosynthesis); work of ...

Tracers - Boundless

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A radioactive tracer is a chemical compound in which one or more atoms have been ... All the commonly used radioisotopes have short half-lives, do not occur in ...

Definition of Radioactive tracer - MedicineNet

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Radioactive tracer: A radioactive molecule that can be sent through the body's circulatory or urinary system, with its progress followed by a radiation-sensitive ...

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Radioactive Tracers - HyperPhysics

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As a part of the medical subspecialty of Nuclear Medicine, various diagnostic procedures make use of a small amount of a radioactive isotope, usually injected  ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Tracers and treating cancer - Higher tier

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Tracers. The source used is either a beta or gamma emitter. Radioisotopes with short half-lives are chosen to make sure that the tracer does not stay radioactive ...

Radioisotopes in Medicine - World Nuclear Association

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It does not use radioisotopes or ionizing radiation, but relies on nuclear ... Diagnostic techniques in nuclear medicine use radioactive tracers which emit gamma ...