Code: 02UJF Applied Nuclear Physics
Lecturer: Mgr. Jaroslav Bielèík Ph.D. Weekly load: 4 Assessment: ZK
Department: 14102 Credits: 4 Semester: S
Description:
The aim is the lecture is to learn students with methods based on the use of the subatomic physics. They can be applied for interdisciplinary and technical purposes.
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Interaction with matter
3. Biological effects of radiations
4. Nuclear analytical methods
5. Particle induced X-Ray emission (PIXE)
6. Mass spectroscopy
7. X-Ray spectroscopy
8. Moessbauer spectroscopy
9. Nuclear medicine
10.Nuclear magnetic resonance
11.Nuclear fusion
Recommended literature:
Key references:
[1] Lilly Nuclear Physics; Principles and Applications (Wiley 2001)

Recommended references:
[2] G.Deconnick:Introduction to radioanalytical physics, AKADÉMIAI, Budapest 1978
[3] K.Siegbahn: Alpha-Beta- and Gamma-ray Spectroscopy, Amsterdam 1965
[4] V.Hnatowicz:Particle beams in material analysis. Ès. èas.fyz.A34 (1984)1 (in Czech)
[5] G.F.Knoll:Radiation detection and measurement. J.Willey and Sons NY 1989
Keywords:
Nuclear spectroscopy, synchrotron radiation, radioanalytical methods, nuclear magnetic resonance