Radiochemistry is a discipline of science that investigates the chemistry of radioactive materials and compounds. Radiochemistry is the study of radioisotopes, both manmade and natural. Radioactive isotopes are used in a wide range of applications in this domain of study. To manipulate radioactive material, experts apply basic concepts from organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry. Radiochemistry is further defined by activity during its operation. Radiochemists subject radioisotopes to a variety of techniques and practises in fields other than chemistry. Radiochemical procedures are known for their high-tech nature. These procedures also necessitate meticulous attention to detail, consistent practice in order to establish an acceptable skill set, and a foundational understanding of useful scientific principles.