Educational Videos on Nuclear

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Knowing Nuclear

In this series, viewers will learn all the basics of nuclear energy.
In this video, we introduce the structure of the atom, its components and their significance regarding the making of different elements and isotopes.
Welcome to a new series called: Isotopes for Society. In this video, we will briefly introduce how isotopes are used in various ways in our society.
A continuation of our discussion on isotopes for society focusing on the use of radioactive isotopes in medicine.
A continuation of our discussion of isotopes for society focusing on radiometric dating.
A continuation of our discussion on isotopes for society focusing on smoke detectors.
A continuation of our discussion on isotopes for society focusing on transportation.
A continuation of our discussion on isotopes for society focusing on paleoclimate.
This video explores the basics of ionizing radiation, how it is used, and its potential health risks.
In this video, we introduce the different types of species used in nuclear sciences.
In this video, we explore the unique properties and applications of Uranium.
In this video, we are going to explore fissile, fertile and fissionable materials!
Fuels have many unique properties. In this video, we are going to discuss one of the many properties: energy density.
Radioactive decay is an exciting phenomenon that has made many appearances in popular culture. This video explores the most common forms of radioactive decay: alpha, beta and gamma decay.
In this video, we explore what isotopes are and why they’re so important.
In this video, we’ll learn about the requirements for nuclear fuel and the primary nuclear fuels used.
This video will explore how nuclear power plants break up atoms and make electricity to power homes. Watch to discover how radioactive isotopes do this
with the process of fission!
In this video, we talk about different sources of radiation we’re exposed to every day and the pathways through which radiation can enter our bodies. Watch to discover how one might inhale, ingest or absorb radioactive material naturally!
This video explores the critical role that nuclear chain reactions have in providing nuclear energy. Watch to discover how it happens and how they are used in the energy sector!
In this episode we are going to be talking about the world’s first nuclear reactor, a 2 billion year old natural fission reactor in Oklo, Gabon, West Africa. We’ll go over how this natural reactor worked and how it was discovered.
In this episode we are going to be talking about how all of the energy on earth
and all of the physical processes that happen, come from nuclear reactions.
In this episode we are going to be talking about the nuclear explosion that created our world and everything in it. We’ll go over what happened during the nuclear reaction that created our solar system.
In this episode we are going to be talking about our energy choices. We’ll go over energy flows and fuels, and different options that we have for energy generation.

Osama Baig – CANDU Reactor EXPLAINED

Osama Baig, YouTube Channel