Nuclear Chemistry is the branch of chemistry dealing with radioactivity, nuclear having, and modification in the nuclei of atoms, which is like nuclear transmutation and nuclear properties. This is the chemistry of radioactive constituents such as actinides, radon, and radium all together with the chemistry correlated with equipment i.e. nuclear reactors that are designed to implement the nuclear procedure. This incorporates the decomposition of surfaces and the behavior under conditions of both normal and abnormal operation such as during an accident. Majorly area is the behavior of objects and materials after being set down into nuclear waste storage or disposal site.
Radiation Chemistry deals with the branch of chemical modification below the action of ionizing radiation, study of radiation-chemical development of methods for forecasting the radiation resistance of different materials, and the development of processes for their shielding against destruction. Radiation chemistry is also responsible for the improvement of radiation-chemical process for the synthesis of organic compounds and manufacturing of modified materials for medicine, biotechnology, and membrane technology; development of new radiation-resistant appliances, radiation modification of polymers; development of radiation-induced nanostructures; production of nonporous track filters; and many different processes having in the matter below the action of ionizing radiation.