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Receive personally tailored Nuclear Chemistry lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can Nuclear Chemistry tutoring help you?

Have you ever wondered about the reactions that power the sun? Or how scientists can figure out the age of fossils, or estimate the age of the universe? The answers to these questions and more can be found through the study of nuclear chemistry. Learning about the chemical principles that underlie nuclear energy, as well as the variety of technologies that apply it, can allow you to better understand prevalent scientific concepts such as radiation, fission and fusion, half-lives, critical mass, the mass defect, radiocarbon dating, and more. The course is filled with a variety of difficult concepts that many students may find counterintuitive. A personal tutor can be just the resource to help you improve your skills in class.

Even if you haven't had trouble in chemistry classes before, switching over from the mindset of learning general chemistry to that of learning nuclear chemistry can present quite a challenge. Instead of working at the molecular or macro level of chemistry, you are suddenly required to work at the subatomic level and keep track of the distinct properties of alpha, beta, and gamma radiation, as well as master the notation required for these phenomena - and this is all before you even study any of the underlying processes! If you could use a little guidance in your class or unit on nuclear chemistry, Varsity Tutors can help you connect with a nuclear chemistry tutor anywhere in the nation who can help you make sense of this important, but often difficult, subject.

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Online Nuclear Chemistry Tutoring review by Ellie
Today was an excellent day for the student. He was so focused and worked so hard. We went through geometry homework today. Then we did a review of biology, including DNA, RNA transcription, translation. The student did well reviewing with biology, especially if I drew out the above steps in picture form. We also spent time doing his government homework on budgeting finances for a family. We are still waiting on the score from last week's geometry test. He is doing a great deal of reviewing for both biology and English for the exam. We are going to use the rubrics and handouts from biology to review for his finals starting now as well.
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Online Nuclear Chemistry Tutoring review by Marline
Finished with her AP exam so we are now moving onto her biology end of the term exam. She will have no issues passing so we just need to go through everything and make sure there are no holes in her knowledge.
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Online Nuclear Chemistry Tutoring review by Judy
We covered mostly taxonomy and binomial nomenclature, the species domains and their characteristics, cladistic phylogeny, and classification of species. We will continue to work on understanding the differences in the classification systems.
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Online Nuclear Chemistry Tutoring review by Kathleen
The student and I started with reviewing immune and lymphatic system for her biology test tomorrow. We took extra time to relate the ELISA test for HIV with immune system reactions. The student had what she thought was a quick question about a problem she did not understand in geometry with secants, tangents, and chords. She had missed more than she realized in class. I gave her a brief overview of the concepts and equations she missed. We went over several basic examples, which the student did very well with.
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Online Nuclear Chemistry Tutoring review by Frank
For the first session, the student and I covered a part of what he learned at the beginning of his semester, Meiosis and Reproduction. I also help him a little with his current material, Geologic Time and Mass Extinctions. I left him to finish the last bits of his homework, and to read and try finish a few of his late assignments.
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Online Nuclear Chemistry Tutoring review by Ray
Today we covered nutrition and the human genome. During the first half of the session, we went over different types of nutrients, including carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, etc. The emphasis here was on the functions of these nutrients. During the second half, we went over chromosomes and genetic disorders. I didn't notice the students struggle with anything in particular, but he is definitely going to need to remember a lot of material for upcoming tests.
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