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== Theoretical part of the course ==
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== Theoretical part of the course ==
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(total 60 hours of self-study)
  
(total 60 hours of self-study)<br>
 
  
 
=== Topic 1: Fundamentals of nuclear chemistry 1 (12 h) ===
 
=== Topic 1: Fundamentals of nuclear chemistry 1 (12 h) ===
 
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* Structure and properties of atomic nuclei.  
*Structure and properties of atomic nuclei.
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* Classification of radionuclides.  
*Classification of radionuclides.
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* Kinetics of radioactive decay. Radioactive equilibria.  
*Kinetics of radioactive decay. Radioactive equilibria.
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* Binuclear reactions. Yield of nuclear reactions.
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=== Topic 2: Fundamentals of nuclear chemistry 2 (12 h) ===
 
=== Topic 2: Fundamentals of nuclear chemistry 2 (12 h) ===
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* Natural radioactivity. Radioactive decay chains.
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* Nuclear fission, fission products.
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* Hot atoms chemistry. Szilard-Chalmers system.
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* Radiation chemistry.
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* Actinides and transactinides.
  
*Natural radioactivity. Radioactive decay chains.
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=== Topic 3: Radiation detection and dosimetry, radiation protection (12 h) ===
*Nuclear fission, fission products.
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* Interaction of IR with matter (alpha, gamma, beta, neutrons).  
*Hot atoms chemistry. Szilard-Chalmers system.
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* Detection of ionizing radiation (detector types, principles).  
*Radiation chemistry.
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* Dosimetry of ionizing radiation. Radiation protection.  
*Actinides and transactinides.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Topic 3: Radiation detection and dosimetry, radiation protection (12 h)
 
 
 
Interaction of IR with matter (alpha, gamma, beta, neutrons).
 
 
 
Detection of ionizing radiation (detector types, principles).
 
 
 
Dosimetry of ionizing radiation. Radiation protection.
 
 
 
Topic 4: Separation methods in radiochemistry (12 h)
 
 
 
• Differences from classical separation methods and their reasons.
 
 
 
• Extraction methods (L-L, principles, instrumentation).
 
 
 
• Chromatography (principles, instrumentation).
 
 
 
• Enrichment and separation of selected isotopes.
 
 
 
Topic 5: Radioanalytical methods (12 h)
 
 
 
• Indicator methods. Isotope dilution analysis.
 
  
• Radio-reagent methods. Interaction methods.
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=== Topic 4: Separation methods in radiochemistry (12 h)  ===
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* Differences from classical separation methods and their reasons.  
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* Extraction methods (L-L, principles, instrumentation).
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* Chromatography (principles, instrumentation).
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* Enrichment and separation of selected isotopes.
  
Determination of selected radionuclides.
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=== Topic 5: Radioanalytical methods (12 h) ===
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* Indicator methods. Isotope dilution analysis.
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* Radio-reagent methods. Interaction methods.
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* Determination of selected radionuclides.

Latest revision as of 20:00, 21 May 2012

Theoretical part of the course

(total 60 hours of self-study)


Topic 1: Fundamentals of nuclear chemistry 1 (12 h)

  • Structure and properties of atomic nuclei.
  • Classification of radionuclides.
  • Kinetics of radioactive decay. Radioactive equilibria.
  • Binuclear reactions. Yield of nuclear reactions.

Topic 2: Fundamentals of nuclear chemistry 2 (12 h)

  • Natural radioactivity. Radioactive decay chains.
  • Nuclear fission, fission products.
  • Hot atoms chemistry. Szilard-Chalmers system.
  • Radiation chemistry.
  • Actinides and transactinides.

Topic 3: Radiation detection and dosimetry, radiation protection (12 h)

  • Interaction of IR with matter (alpha, gamma, beta, neutrons).
  • Detection of ionizing radiation (detector types, principles).
  • Dosimetry of ionizing radiation. Radiation protection.

Topic 4: Separation methods in radiochemistry (12 h)

  • Differences from classical separation methods and their reasons.
  • Extraction methods (L-L, principles, instrumentation).
  • Chromatography (principles, instrumentation).
  • Enrichment and separation of selected isotopes.

Topic 5: Radioanalytical methods (12 h)

  • Indicator methods. Isotope dilution analysis.
  • Radio-reagent methods. Interaction methods.
  • Determination of selected radionuclides.