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NucWik Main Pages:
Textbook and compendia
NRC Topic List
Useful External Links:
The CINCH Project
Links to external tools
Nuclear Chart (IAEA)
The Living NRC Textbook
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Welcome to NucWik!
Welcome to the NucWik site for teaching material for Nuclear and Radiochemistry. Everybody is welcome to use this wiki, but it's primarily aimed at teaching at Universities.
At NucWik you will find
texts, explanations, illustrations, calculation exercises, laboratory exercises, etc. to help you in teaching Nuclear and Radiochemistry (NRC). As it is a
, we also hope that you will help us to develop even more and better material!
This Wiki is open access, but if you want to contribute you must register as a user (it's free and we will not distribute your e-mail address to others). We strongly urge you to contribute, the usefulness and quality of NucWik depend on as many people as possible contribute - help yourself and us to enhance the quality of our teaching!
NucWik was created as part of the
for evaluating and planing nuclear and radiochemistry teaching in Europe. Please refer to the CINCH web-pages at:
for details about this project.
How to use NucWik
Suggestions for how to use NucWik is found on a
to the right to go directly to the
, list of
, etc. Or use the search feature to look for specific topics.
Adopt a Page!
If you are an experienced NRC teacher, please help us to improve NucWik by taking responsibility for e.g. a particular laboratory exercise og calculation exercise set. This would typically be a particular exercise you use in your own teaching or that you feel you have particular experience with. Having adopted such a page you will then ensure that it is complete and updated. Contact us at
for more information and indicate which part of NucWik you feel you could adopt. We need your help!
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