Departments' graduate courses

Course start and periodicity may vary. Please see details for each course for up-to-date information. The courses are managed and administered by the respective departments. For more information about the courses, how to sign up, and other practical issues, please contact the examiner or course contact to be found in the course information.

Applied nuclear chemistry

  • Course code: FKBT150
  • Course higher education credits: 7.5
  • Graduate school: Chemistry
  • Course is normally given: Every year
  • Language: The course will be given in English
The course deals with isotope separation, the nuclear fuel cycle, production of radioactive nuclides, medical applications of radioactive nuclides, indistrial and research applications of radioactice nuclides and radioecology.

KBT105 Nuclear chemistry.

Application information
Application is made by sending an email to Gunnar Skarnemark.
Choppin, Liljenzin, Rydberg: Radiochemistry and Nuclear Chemistry, Butterworth-Heinemann (2002), ISBN 0-7506-7463-6
Professor Gunnar Skarnemark, Professor Christian Ekberg
More information
Professor Gunnar Skarnemark, email:, phone: 753 50 34
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Nuclear Chemistry, Kemivägen 4

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