Difference between revisions of "Basic Laboratory Procedures for Radiochemistry"

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==== Explanation and Exercise Guide  ====
 
==== Explanation and Exercise Guide  ====
  
'''Theory'''<br>  
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'''Theory'''<br>
  
*Student Guide - [[Preparation Questions for Basic Radio-Chemistry|Preparation Questions for Basic Radiochemistry]]  
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*Questions (to be answered before the lab starts)&nbsp;- [[Preparation Questions for Basic Radio-Chemistry|Preparation Questions for Basic Radiochemistry]]  
 
*Student Guide - [[Safety Rules in Radio Chemistry|Safety Rules in Radiochemistry]]
 
*Student Guide - [[Safety Rules in Radio Chemistry|Safety Rules in Radiochemistry]]
  
<span style="font-weight: bold;">Experimental</span><br>  
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<span style="font-weight: bold">Experimental Procedure</span><br>
  
*Student Guide - [[Exercise: Working With Radioactive Material]]  
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*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]]<br>
 
  
 
'''Other'''  
 
'''Other'''  

Latest revision as of 06:26, 25 September 2012

Learning Goals

After having completed this exercise you should know the following:

  • Basic laboratory safety rules and procedures.
  • Basic procedures for working with modest amounts of radioactivity.
  • How to use a radiation monitor.

Explanation and Exercise Guide

Theory

Experimental Procedure

Other

Equipment

Safety Aspects