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Robert Rosson, 

Center Director 

robert.rosson@gtri.gatech.edu

Phone: 404-407-6339

 

Environemental Radiation Center
Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory
Georgia Tech Research Institute
925 Dalney St.
Atlanta, GA 30332-0810

Available for Purchase

 

 

Radioanalytical Chemistry
by Bernd Kahn, Ph.D.

This work, by one of the most prominent investigators in the field, is a comprehensive and much-needed tool for the teaching and practice of radioanalytical chemistry. Its scope encompasses a concise theoretical background, laboratory work, and data interpretation; as well as chapters on the most current and visible applications of radioanalytical techniques. Its emphasis on the practical aspects on laboratory setup and operation make it a valuable tool for training professionals and students alike.

 

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Radioanalytical Chemistry Experiments
by Bernd Kahn, Ph.D. and Moses Attrep

The Laboratory Manual is intended to accompany the Textbook to permit teaching radioanalytical chemistry to seniors and graduate students in a program that will train radiochemists, who are badly needed at this time. The manual will be used in conjunction with the textbook to teach a 3-hour lecture course and a 6-hour laboratory. The experiments address a range of practical aspects in the radiochemistry laboratory: use of laboratory and radiation detection equipment, performing specific analyses for radio-iodine, radio-strontium, uranium, and plutonium, and developing the skill of selecting and testing new procedures.

 

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Radioanalytical Chemistry
by Bernd Kahn, Ph.D.

This work, by one of the most prominent investigators in the field, is a comprehensive and much-needed tool for the teaching and practice of radioanalytical chemistry. Its scope encompasses a concise theoretical background, laboratory work, and data interpretation; as well as chapters on the most current and visible applications of radioanalytical techniques. Its emphasis on the practical aspects on laboratory setup and operation make it a valuable tool for training professionals and students alike.

 

>> PURCHASE from Amazon.com

 

 

 

Radioanalytical Chemistry Experiments
by Bernd Kahn, Ph.D. and Moses Attrep

The Laboratory Manual is intended to accompany the Textbook to permit teaching radioanalytical chemistry to seniors and graduate students in a program that will train radiochemists, who are badly needed at this time. The manual will be used in conjunction with the textbook to teach a 3-hour lecture course and a 6-hour laboratory. The experiments address a range of practical aspects in the radiochemistry laboratory: use of laboratory and radiation detection equipment, performing specific analyses for radio-iodine, radio-strontium, uranium, and plutonium, and developing the skill of selecting and testing new procedures.

 

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Environmental Radiation Center

The Environmental Radiation Center (ERC) of the Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory performs research, service, and student training in radiological monitoring of the environment. Recent products of research in radiological environmental monitoring, analytical radiochemistry, and radiation protection are shown in the tabulation of thesis titles and research publications. 

As a service, the laboratory performs analyses for very low levels of environmental radioactivity to assist the Georgia Environmental Protection Division in its responsibility to monitor public drinking water supplies and the environment at commerical and Federal nuclear facilities. Such analyses are also performed for industry and other government agencies. These ongoing projects provide trained professionals and state-of-the-art radiation detection instruments that support the research and training.  

 

We consider interaction with students and faculty vital in view of the laboratory's location in the Georgia Tech Research Institute. An important example is the cooperative effort with the Georgia Tech School of Chemistry to develop student training in radiochemistry.

 

The ERC has operated since 1977.  

 

 

 

 


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