Joint course created by
- LUH: SIMS & Radiometric techniques following radiochemical separation (2 tasks)
- JSI: MC-ICP-MS and alpha spectrometry utilization (1-2 tasks)
- CTU: Accelerator mass spectrometry (1-2 tasks)
This is a joint course for D&D build on tasks created by
- CTU: Separation of activation radionuclides in decontamination loop
- JSI: Determination of Sr-90 for radioactive waste characterization
- POLIMI: Superficial decontamination of metallic waste, precipitation and vitrification
- IMT: Characterization (1) and decontamination (2) of corroded Ni-alloy and steel
- MSU: Determination of radionuclides and their speciation in soils
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Hands-on training course dedicated to fundamentals of designing, preparing and using radiopharmaceuticals. It is designed as full on-site laboratory course and it was created at IST Lisboa in collaboration with University of Helsinki. The HoT will comprise several practical sessions covering the several steps involved in the synthesis, characterization, in vitro and in vivo evaluation of a radiolabeled compound with potential interest as radiopharmaceutical.
- Measurement of the Activity of Medical Radionuclides (e.g., 111In)
- Analytical Techniques for Radiochemical Purity Determination.
- Cell lines and cell culture
- Synthesis and Purification of a Radiopharmaceutical
- Chemical Identification of a Radiopharmaceutical
- In Vitro Evaluation of a Radiopharmaceutical
- Cellular Studies of a Target-Specific
- Small Animal Imaging Studies of a Target-Specific Radiopharmaceutical
aims to introduce the participants to Radioanalytical Chemistry, a
field belonging simultaneously to analytical chemistry and applied
radiochemistry that is concerned primarily with the use of
radionuclides and ionising radiation for analytical purposes.
Participation in this course is a logical choice for (but not limited
to) graduates of the CINCH Hands-on Training in Nuclear Chemistry who
want to deepen their knowledge of applications of radiochemistry.
This dedicated training course aims at delivering the basics of nuclear and radiochemistry (NRC) to trainees with chemical background at Master level (chemistry masters or engineers, and/or freshPhD students), who need to extend their skills and knowledge to the field of nuclear and radiochemistry.
- teacher: Nick Evans
The course provides an overview of the fundamental principles of separation methods used in radiochemistry (extraction and chromatography) to NRC master and PhD level students and/or to analytical chemists without NRC background who have acquired the fundamental nuclear chemistry knowledge e.g. by having passed the HoT in Nuclear Chemistry (or equivalent in radioanalytical laboratories).
The theoretical part of the course explains the specifics of the separation methods in radiochemistry and reviews the principles of key separation methods – solvent extraction including extraction of chelates and ion associates, extraction and ion exchange chromatography. Precipitation and co-precipitation as well as electrochemical methods are also discussed. The lectures/readings are complemented with remote operated RoboLab exercises aimed at the demonstration of the basic principles of some of the methods.The practical part aims to familiarise students with selected separation methods and procedures allowing comparison of experimental results and related theory.
The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the applications of nuclear and radiochemistry (NRC) in analytical chemistry to NRC master and Ph.D. level students and/or analytical chemists without NRC background working in radioanalytical laboratories.