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Radioanalytical Methods

Abstract:

The course gives a detailed overview of all main radioanalytical methods, specifically: Indicator methods, analysis by means of naturally occurring radioactive elements, isotope dilution analysis (IDA), substoichiometric IDA, radio-reagent methods, radiometric titrations, radio-release methods, RIA, activation analysis, irradiation with thermal neutrons, irradiation with fast and resonance neutrons, irradiation with charged particles and gamma-rays, non-activation interaction analysis, X-ray fluorescence analysis, PIXE, RBS.

Outline:

  1. Definitions, classification. Indicator methods.
  2. Non-destructive methods for determination of naturally occurring radioactive elements.
  3. Destructive methods for determination of naturally occurring radioactive elements.
  4. Determination of radium and radon isotopes.
  5. Isotope dilution analysis.
  6. Radio-reagent methods.
  7. Methods based on isotope exchange, concentration-dependent distribution methods, RIA, radiometric titrations.
  8. Activation analysis, activation with thermal neutrons.
  9. Irradiation with fast and resonance neutrons, sources of neutrons.
  10. Pulse activation analysis, irradiation with charged particles and gamma-rays.
  11. Interferences in activation analysis, radiochemical activation analysis, activation analysis with measurement of delayed neutrons.
  12. Non-activation interaction analysis, X-ray fluorescence analysis, PIXE, RBS.
     

Goals:

This course provides the students with the knowledge of principles and selection of existing analytical methods that make use of radionuclides or ionising radiation for the determination of stable elements, and methods for the determination selected radioactive elements.
The students will acquire competence to choose an optimum radioanalytical procedure for the given application, taking into account the facilities available at the workplace.

Requirements:

  1. Basic course of analytical chemistry.
  2. Basic course of nuclear chemistry.
  3. Basic course of ionising radiation detection.

Key words: Radioanalytical methods, nuclear analytical methods, indicator methods, isotope dilution analysis, substoichiometric analysis, radio-reagent methods, RIA, activation analysis, X-ray fluorescence analysis, PIXE, RBS.

References:

  1. J. Tölgyessy, M. Kyrš: Radioanalytical Chemistry, Ellis Horwood Chichester / J. Willey & Sons New York / Veda Bradislava, 1989, ISBN: 80-224-0185-4.
  2. A. Vertés, S. Nagy, Z. Klencsár (eds.): Handbook of Nuclear Chemistry, Kluwer Academic publisher, Dordrecht, 2003, ISBN: 1-4020-1305-1
  3. J. Lehto, X. Hou: Chemistry and analysis of radionuclides, Wiley-VCH Weinheim, 2010, ISBN: 978-3-527-32658-7
Course Type:
Academic
Course Schedule:
Summer semester
Start Date:
2020-04-08
End Date:
2021-04-22
Course Code:
15RAM
Certification:
Exam with instructor
Host Institution:
Provider:

MEET-CINCH Consortium

email: eshop (at) cinch-project (dot) eu

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