Nuclide vs Radionuclide - What's the difference?

nuclide | radionuclide | Derived terms |

Radionuclide is a derived term of nuclide.


In context|physics|lang=en terms the difference between nuclide and radionuclide

is that nuclide is (physics) an atomic nucleus specified by its atomic number and atomic mass while radionuclide is (physics) a radioactive nuclide.

As nouns the difference between nuclide and radionuclide

is that nuclide is (physics) an atomic nucleus specified by its atomic number and atomic mass while radionuclide is (physics) a radioactive nuclide.

nuclide

Noun

(s)
  • (physics) An atomic nucleus specified by its atomic number and atomic mass.
  • Derived terms

    * radionuclide

    Anagrams

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    radionuclide

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (physics) a radioactive nuclide
  • Synonyms

    * radioisotope