Nuclear chemistry

  • Course code: FKBT130
  • Course higher education credits: 7.5
  • Graduate school: Chemistry
  • Course is normally given: Every year
  • Language: The course will be given in English
This course will contain both theoretical and practical excersises dealing with ionising radiation and its detection and effect on matter. We will treat subjects ranging from the origin of the radiation,i.e. the instability of the nucleus to the detection and effect on ammater. In addition we will discuss different applications of ionising radioation such as e.g. environmental monitoring and medicine.

General knowledge in chemistry corresponding to Kemi med biokemi (KOK041, General chemistry, 21 ECTS credits) and Fysikalisk kemi Bt (KFK162, Physical chemistry, 7.5 ECTS credits).

Application information
Application is made by sending an email to Christian Ekberg.
Choppin, Liljenzin, Rydberg "Radiochemistry and nuclear chemistry" 3rd edition
Christian Ekberg, Gunnar Skarnemark
More information, phone: 772 28 01
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Nuclear Chemistry, Kemivägen 4


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