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=== Experimental Procedure ===
 
=== Experimental Procedure ===
  
Part 1: Producing 90Mo in a (alpha, 4n) reaction
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'''Part 1: Producing 90Mo in a (alpha, 4n) reaction'''
 
*Welcome to the Oslo Cyclotron Laboratory.
 
*Welcome to the Oslo Cyclotron Laboratory.
 
*Target setup and gas-jet transfer system.
 
*Target setup and gas-jet transfer system.
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*Analysing the gamma spectrum
 
*Analysing the gamma spectrum
  
Part 2: Liquid-liquid extraction of Mo
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'''Part 2: Liquid-liquid extraction of Mo'''
 
*Preparing liquids and equipment.
 
*Preparing liquids and equipment.
 
*Extraction curve as function TOA concentration.
 
*Extraction curve as function TOA concentration.
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**Plot extraction data and analyse curve
 
**Plot extraction data and analyse curve
  
Part 3: Clean up  
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'''Part 3: Clean up'''
 
*Clean all equipment and collect rad. waste in designated bottles.
 
*Clean all equipment and collect rad. waste in designated bottles.
 
*Prepare all waste for collection/disposal.
 
*Prepare all waste for collection/disposal.

Revision as of 11:58, 18 October 2012

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Learning Goals

Theory

Experimental Procedure

Part 1: Producing 90Mo in a (alpha, 4n) reaction

  • Welcome to the Oslo Cyclotron Laboratory.
  • Target setup and gas-jet transfer system.
  • Catching 90Mo on a filter in the chem.lab.
  • Analysing the gamma spectrum

Part 2: Liquid-liquid extraction of Mo

  • Preparing liquids and equipment.
  • Extraction curve as function TOA concentration.
    • Perform extractions with 90Mo tracer
    • Plot extraction data and analyse curve

Part 3: Clean up

  • Clean all equipment and collect rad. waste in designated bottles.
  • Prepare all waste for collection/disposal.
  • Check workspace for contamination.

Safety