|RDCH 702: Radiochemistry||
RDCH 702 Radiochemistry
Instructors: Professor Ken Czerwinski (firstname.lastname@example.org), Professor Frederic Poineau (email@example.com)
Online Lectures: Posted Monday and Wednesday according to agenda
Meetings: Monday or Wednesday, 1000-1115 according to agenda
Homework (in class quiz) (5 %)
Modern Nuclear Chemistry, Nuclear and Radiochemistry and Chart of the Nuclides. Lectures will be supplemented with publications and other reading from textbooks.
This course introduces fundamental chemical properties in radiation and radiochemistry. The use of stability constants and the relationship between speciation, kinetics and thermodynamics is presented. The influence of radiolysis on the chemistry of radioisotopes is discussed. Radioisotope production and use are presented. Fundamentals of radiochemical separations are explained. The role of radiochemistry in research is discussed, including recent efforts in radiochemistry research. The course has a Youtube Channel to facilitate lecture access.
Outcomes for RDCH 702 are:
last update: Tuesday, 19 September, 2017