The Programmable Autodeposition Lab PAuLa deals with the autodeposition of Technetium on different metal strips. For this purpose, the user can operate a robot arm with which he can dip metal pieces of different nobility in the technetium solution.
The objective of IonLab is to introduce the basic concepts of chromatography, in particular extraction chromatography, by the separation of strontium-90 and its daughter yttrium-90 via an ion exchange resin.
In this remote experiment, users can examine different samples gamma-spectrometrically with a High-Purity Germanium (HPGe) detector. The samples are an environmental sample, soil samples from the vicinity of the failed reactors in Chernobyl and Fukushima, a uranium pellet and a sample of Cs-134.