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Experimental Techniques in Nuclear Physics 30201436

 

Instructor Saed Dababneh               Homepage            email:     bau1@dababneh.com (Please use only this email account for the purpose of this course).

 

Prerequisites

Radiation Physics I, Radiation Physics II, Nuclear Physics.

 

General course content

•       Introduction to Nuclear Reactions

•       Laboratory and Center-of-Mass systems

•       Activation techniques

•       Time-of-flight measurements TOF

•       RBS and channeling

•       Ion implantation and synthesis of materials

•       Analytical methods and trace element analysis

•       Environmental radioactivity

•       XRF, Mφssbauer, XPS

•       NAA

•       Nuclear techniques in hydrology

•       Non-destructive testing

and other applications.

 

Grading

 

First Exam

20%

Second Exam

20%

Project, HW’s and quizzes

10%

Final Exam

50%

 

Class

 

·         Mondays and Wednesdays               11:00 – 12:30

 

General instructions

 

Homeworks

•       Homeworks are due after one week unless otherwise announced.

 

Announcements                  ZZZZZZ

 

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Lecture Notes and Exams

               

·         Part 1.

·         Part 2.

·         Part 3.

·         Part 4.

·         Part 5.

·         Two Excel sheets: Reaction and TOF calculations.

·         Part 6.

·         Part-7.

·         Part-8.

·         Scattering and Reaction Kinematics. Lab and Center-of-Mass systems.

·         Origin file for elastic reaction kinematics in Lab and CM systems.

 

 

 

Downloads

 

Atomic Weights.

Constants.

NuChart.

 

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