Basic course on analytical radiochemistry
BASIC COURSE ON ANALYTICAL RADIOCHEMISTRY
Basic Course on Analytical Radiochemistry was developed by the Department of Environmental Sciences of the Jožef Stefan Institute in collaboration with videolectures.net within MEET-CINCH and A-CINCH H2020 projects.
The overall aim of published videos is to provide students, teachers and experts from the field with teaching video material on analytical radiochemistry. This can be used in preparation of flipped classroom teaching approach for basic concepts and procedures in analytical radiochemistry.
The main idea behind the videos are their modularity, which enables teachers to combine them according to the needs of students in the process of teaching. One of optional uses is shown below where students can follow topics either radionuclide by radionuclide or by different sample treatment steps. Videos can be also used in creating Moodle contents for specific target audiences. In addition, this modular approach enables students to jump fast directly to the topic, which is of their interest. Nevertheless, videos are meant to aid the teaching of basics in analytical radiochemistry and foster the discussion among students and teachers and not as a complete replacement of this interactions.
Definitions and basics of analytical radiochemistry
Safe work in radiochemistry laboratory
Uranium in Water Course
Ra-226 in Water Course
Po-210 and Pb-210 in Water Course
Tritium in water Course
Po-210 and Pb-210 determination in fish
Po-210 and Pb-210 determination in sediment
Sampling and sample pre-treatment techniques
Radionuclide separation techniques
Preparation of counting source
Calculation of results and measurement uncertainty
QA/QC in analytical radiochemistry