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Welcome to the NukWik site for learning aids in Nuclear Chemistry. Everybody is welcome to use this wiki, but it's primarily aimed at Nuclear Chemistry teaching at Universities.

This Wiki is open access, but if you want to contribute you must register as a user (it's free and we will not distribute your e-mail address to others). We strongly urge you to contribut
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e, in particular if you are using material from NukWik in your own teaching - the more material you contribute, the more useful and better NukWik will be, and then we can all give better lectures and enhance the quality of our teaching!

NukWik was created as part of the CINCH EU-project for evaluating and planing radiochemistry teaching in Europe. Please refer to the CINCH web-pages at:

How should I use NukWik?

NukWik provide teaching tools and ideas for radiochemistry teaching. Everything from simple drawings, diagrams or pictures of basic principles and typical equipment to more fancy stuff (we hope!) like animations and videosnippets can be put on NukWik - provided there is no copyright restrictions. It should be clearly understood that by entering material on NukWik you agree to let other people use your material - for non commercial/no profit purposes.[1] Do not enter material which you have "borrowed" from somebody else (or a web-site), you have no right to publish such other peoples material. If discovered, such material will be deleted from NukWik and the rightful owners notified about the violation.

Material on NukWik is not restricted to just single files. On the contrary, one of the ideas behind NukWik is that teachers can put together small or large topic modules. Such a module can be suggested teaching paths for e.g. explaining how gamma-radiation is detected or what the principles behind the Szilard–Chalmers Reaction is. But it can also be much more comprehensive, e.g. a complete description of a Szilard–Chalmers laboratory exercise, including texts explaing the theory, step-by-step student instructions, instructions for the teaching staff, safety aspects, etc., etc.

NukWik is ment to be much more than just a database of teaching material, though! The purpose of NukWik is not only to let people share material but also develop it together. Thus

  1. If you want to use material from NukWik commercially, please contact the original author/artist to agree on the conditions for use.