Radioanalytical Chemistry Experiments

Paperback | December 6, 2007

byMoses Attrep, Bernd Kahn

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This Manual accompanies the Textbook, teaching radioanalytical chemistry to seniors and graduate students. The manual can be used in conjunction with the textbook to teach a 3-hour lecture course and a 6-hour laboratory. The experiments address a range of practical aspects in the radiochemistry laboratory: use of laboratory and radiation detection equipment, performing specific analyses for radio-iodine, radio-strontium, uranium, and plutonium.

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This Manual accompanies the Textbook, teaching radioanalytical chemistry to seniors and graduate students. The manual can be used in conjunction with the textbook to teach a 3-hour lecture course and a 6-hour laboratory. The experiments address a range of practical aspects in the radiochemistry laboratory: use of laboratory and radiati...

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The education of the radioanalytical chemist has two critical components: theory and practice. The textbook Radioanalytical Chemistry was designed to address the theory component of this education. This laboratory manual accompanies and complements that textbook. This manual provides a framework for the student to hone their laboratory...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:December 6, 2007Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387469141

ISBN - 13:9780387469140

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Principles for Radioanalytical Chemistry                                                    p. 1Experiment 1                                                                                Practice in Pipetting and Weighing Samples for Radioactivity Counting     p. 9 Experiment 2Radiation Detection Instrument Calibration and Quality Assurance             p. 14Experiment 3Determination of Gamma Ray Self-absorption in a KCl Sample                  p. 28Experiment 4 Preparation of a Beta-particle Self-absorption Curve for 40K                     p. 33Experiment 5Preparation and Standardization of Carriers                                                 p. 39Experiment 6Preparation of 242Pu Tracer Solution                                                           p. 42Experiment 7Basic Radiochemical Separation Techniques: Precipitation, Solvent Extraction, and Ion Exchange                                                           p. 48Experiment 8Determination of Radium-226 and Radium-228 in Drinking Water              p. 64Experiment 9Radiochemical Determination of Tritium in Water                                      p. 77Experiment 10Determination of 131I in Water                                                                    p. 83Exercise 1Modification of a Published Procedure for the Determination of Picocurie Concentrations of Iodine-131 in Milk                                     p. 91Experiment 11Vegetation Sample Preparation for RadiochemicalAnalysis of Radio-Strontium Isotopes                                                        p. 94Experiment 12Determination of Radio-strontium Isotopes in Environmental Samples                                                           p. 101Experiment 13Determination of Radio-strontium in Water with a Strontium-specific Solid-phase Extraction Column                                   p. 111Experiment 14Radiochemical Determination of Plutonium in Water By Ion Exchange Chromatographic Separation                                          p. 117Experiment 15Radiochemical Determination of Plutonium in Water                               by Solvent Extraction                                                                                 p. 129Exercise 2Selection of a Method for the Radiochemical Determination of Plutonium in an Environmental Sample                                                  p. 134Experiment 16Gamma Ray Spectral Analysis of a Mixed-fission-product Solution         p. 136Experiment 17Measurement of Uranium Isotopes by Mass Spectrometer                         p. 144Appendices                                                                                                p. 150