Complete Nuclear & Radio Chemistry 14+ hours of lectures
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Complete Nuclear & Radio Chemistry 14+ hours of lectures

Become an expert in Nuclear Chemistry and boost your career or Get high grades at school Nuclear Chemistry online course
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This course includes
  • 13.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • A great knowledge of nuclear chemistry
  • Introduction to radiochemistry
Requirements
  • Organic Chemistry
  • General Chemistry
Description

Introduction to radiochemistry and nuclear chemistry online course RAHCH443 is a complete online course provided by Rahsoft concentrating on fundamentals of  radiochemistry and nuclear chemistry .


Nuclear Chemistry Fundamentals


+Introduction

+Fundamental   basics of nuclear science

+The nuclear force

+The basic   concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays

+Radioactive decay

+Interaction of   nuclear radiation with matter, nucleosynthetic processes

+Detection and   measurements techniques

+Nuclear energy,   Nuclear reactors Nuclear Fuel and Fuel Cycles

+Radionuclides in   nature

+Radioanalysis

+Mössbauer   spectroscopy

Who this course is for:
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemical Scientist
  • People pursuing career in nuclear industry
  • Chemical Engineering Students
  • Chemical Science Students
Course content
Expand all 102 lectures 13:39:31
+ Fundamental basics of nuclear science
10 lectures 01:16:02
Nuclei and nuclides
08:36
Nuclides
06:47
How to notate the nuclides
08:29
Quantities and units of mass and energy
06:34
The Nuclidic Mass and the Unified Atomic Mass
06:26
Quantities Characterizing Stability and Instability
07:53
The binding energy of the nucleus
07:14
The mass excess
08:18
+ The nuclear force
14 lectures 01:49:04
Introduction to the nuclear force
05:03
Classification of particles and forces I.
06:05
Classification of particles and forces II.
09:12
Classification of particles and forces III.
09:39
The color charge
04:21
Nuclear radius and mass denstiy
07:30
Nuclear spin, electric and magnetic properties of nuclei I.
08:25
Nuclear spin, electric and magnetic properties of nuclei III.
10:55
The one-nucleon shell model of the nucleus I.
07:59
The one-nucleon shell model of the nucleus II.
06:18
Systematic of stable elements and nuclides
09:53
The Weizsäcker formula and the liquid drop model I.
09:50
The Weizsäcker formula and the liquid drop model II.
06:45
+ The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays
9 lectures 01:13:15
Types of nuclear reactions
11:27
Reactions induced by neutrons and positive ions
08:01
Reaction cross section systematic
09:04
Characterization of the main decay modes and radiations I.
10:33
Characterization of the main decay modes and radiations II.
09:02
Radioactive decay vs. chemical and nuclear reactions
07:47
Characterization of radioactive samples
04:40
Half-life, mean life, decay schemes
09:17
Radionuclides on Earth
03:24
+ Radioactive decay
11 lectures 01:25:52
Investigation of the spontaneity of beta and alpha decay I.
09:13
Investigation of the spontaneity of beta and alpha decay II.
06:15
Gamma Decay
08:00
Spontaneous fission
11:02
Exotic and rare decay modes
07:06
The kinetics of the radioactive decay and activation
09:12
Decay following activation
05:05
The aftereffects of the radioactive decay and nuclear reactions I.
08:06
The aftereffects of the radioactive decay and nuclear reactions II.
08:09
Inner Bremsstrahlung, X-Rays and Auger Effect
04:39
+ Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter, nucleosynthetic processes
14 lectures 01:43:57
Interaction of nuclear radiations with matter
09:01
Dosimetric concepts
09:00
Interactions of alpha radiation
10:50
Interactions of beta radiation I.
06:29
Interactions of beta radiation II.
09:35
Interactions of beta radiation III.
08:51
Interactions of gamma radiation I.
06:09
Interactions of gamma radiation II.
05:22
Interactions of gamma radiation III.
08:01
Interactions of neutrons
04:58
Nucleosynthesis
05:20
Nucleosynthetic processes and related concepts I.
04:15
Nucleosynthetic processes and related concepts II.
09:03
Nucleosynthetic processes and related concepts III.
07:03
+ Detection and measurements techniques
9 lectures 01:14:05
Track measurements
09:47
Gas counters I.
07:35
Gas counters II.
05:22
Gas counters III.
09:46
Semiconductor detectors I.
08:44
Semiconductor detectors II.
09:24
Scintillation detectors I.
07:43
Scintillation detectors II.
08:12
Electronics for pulse counting: γ-spectrometry
07:32
+ Nuclear energy, Nuclear reactors Nuclear Fuel and Fuel Cycles
15 lectures 02:08:19
Energy production by nuclear fission
07:41
Neutron moderation
06:08
Nuclear fuel
08:17
Fuel elements
09:10
Nuclear fuel and fuel cycles I.
07:39
Nuclear fuel and fuel cycles II.
06:56
Nuclear fuel and fuel cycles III.
05:45
Reprocessing the used fuel elements
08:22
Type of the nuclear reactors
10:05
Thermal power reactors
08:24
Reactor kinetics
08:56
Radioactive waste
11:33
Reactor safety
10:25
Controlled thermonuclear reactors
11:41
Nuclear explosives
07:17
+ Radionuclides in nature
6 lectures 48:45
Cosmogenic and primordial radionuclides
10:04
Elements in the natural radioactive decay series
05:42
Transuranic elements in nature
09:43
Radium and radon in the environment
03:56
Age determination from radioactive decay I.
07:43
Age determination from radioactive decay II.
11:37
+ Radioanalysis
6 lectures 53:58
Introduction to the radioanalysis
10:08
Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA)
09:27
Activation by other ways
07:44
Unique features of activation analysis
10:35
Isotope Dilution Analysis
08:10
Other analytical applications
07:54