At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||The aim of the course is threefold - present an extended knowledge of the atomic nucleus, stable and unstable, in order to master the theoretical concepts and the various applications related to isotopes, radioactivity and nuclear reactions ; - give a fundamental understanding of the interactions between radiations and matter, with their chemical and biological consequences and applications to radioprotection ; - provide firm basis to appreciate the problem of energy supply by nuclear ways.|
- Stability of atomic nuclei, radioactivity and nuclear disintegrations.
- Introduction to the standard model in nuclear physics
- Production of radioelements: nuclear reactions and irradiation conditions
- Measurement of radioactivity
- Chemical and biological effects, dosimetry of radiations
- Production of energy : nuclear fission and fusion
- Applications of nuclear chemistry: isotopic exchange; use of radioactive tracers in chemistry; labelled molecules in biology and nuclear medicine; datation methods.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Lectures, exercices and visits related to radioactivity will be provided
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The exam contains theoretical questions to discuss and exercises to solve.
- Radiochemistry and Nuclear Chemistry de G. Choppin (2002)
- Nuclear and Radiochemistry de K. Lieser (2001).