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