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After having completed this exercise you should know the following:  
 
After having completed this exercise you should know the following:  
  
*Have practical experience on working with open radioactive sources. <br>*Know basic safety rules and procedures for working with modest amounts of radioactivity. <br>*Know how to use a radiation monitor. <br>*Get practical experience with measuring ("counting") radioactive samples, and understand the inherent uncertainty using proportional counters and NaI (&lt;span class="texhtml"&gt;γ&lt;/span&gt;-spectroscopy detectors. <br>*Understand the relationship between disintegration rate and count rate.
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* How a 99Mo - 99mTc generator works.
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* How to measure and analyse a simple gamma spectrum.
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* Have some practical experience in workding with modest amount of radiactive materials (solutions).
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* How to use a radioactive tracer to investiage a chemical process (liquid-liquid extraction).
  
 
==== Explanation and Exercise Guide ====
 
==== Explanation and Exercise Guide ====

Revision as of 06:09, 25 September 2012

Learning Goals

After having completed this exercise you should know the following:

  • How a 99Mo - 99mTc generator works.
  • How to measure and analyse a simple gamma spectrum.
  • Have some practical experience in workding with modest amount of radiactive materials (solutions).
  • How to use a radioactive tracer to investiage a chemical process (liquid-liquid extraction).

Explanation and Exercise Guide

Theory

Experimental Procedure

Other

Equipment

Safety Aspects