Introduction to the Atomic Nucleus

CHEMISTRY 436

Introduction to the interaction of radiation with mater, the production and decay of radioactive nuclides, the structure and properties of nuclei, and the applications of nuclear and radiochemical techniques to current scientific problems. Prerequisites: General Chemistry and/or Physics, and prior or concurrent enrollment in either Chemistry 401 or Physics 217. Lectures will be in-person (if allowed) but a complete set of taped lectures will also be available. A weekly in person or synchronous remote help session will be scheduled at a mutually agreed to time. There will be about 6 timed quizzes, one midterm and one final, all of which must be taken in-person on mutually agreed dates.
Course Attributes: FA NSM; AR NSM; AS NSM

Section 01

Introduction to the Atomic Nucleus
INSTRUCTOR: Sobotka
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