Basic Laboratory Procedures for Radiochemistry
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- The student shall receive practical experience with radioactive sources and the handling of these.
- The exercise shows how amounts that are difficult to measure easily can be measured by radioactive tracers, which in this case is the distribution between organic and aqueous phase.
- The student will learn how γ-radiation can be measured (γ-spectroscopy) and how such measurements can be used to identify the amount of radionuclides.
- To learn how an isotope generator functions.
- To learn the principle of neutron activation.
Explanation and Exercise Guide
- Student Guide - Preparation Questions for Basic Radiochemistry
- Student Guide - Safety Rules in Radiochemistry
- Student Guide - Exercise: Working With Radioactive Material
- Student Guide - Demonstration: extraction of 99mTc from a isotope generator
- Student Guide - Measurement of 99mTc gamma-spectrum
- Student Guide - Yield of Tc in Liquid-Liquid Extraction