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Here is a collection of a variety of exercises to aid teaching Nuclear and Radiochemistry (NRC). The material is collected from teachers and teaching institutions at different universities and provided "as is". If you find errors, has suggestions for improvement or any other useful comment, please write it at the associated comment page for the relevant exercise (you need to be a registered NucWik user) or send it to
. Likewise if you have exercises not listed here that you would like to share and make available for others (in the true NucWik spirit!).
For most exercises suggested solutions are provided from the respective "solutions" link. Please help us improve these and add new ones where no solutions are provided!
- related to fundamental issues about radioactivity, radiation, decay laws and the use of the nuclear chart.
Exercises with the Chart of Nuclides
Exercises about mother-daughter relations and radioactive equilibria
Exercises with Amount of Radioactive Material (number of nuclei, number of moles, weight) and Decay
Nuclear Structure and Matter
- related to understanding how nucleons bind together and form nuclei.
Exercises with Mass, Binding Energy and the Liquid Drop Model
Exercises with Particles and Nuclear Reactions
Exercises with Fission and Nuclear Reactors
- related to radiation effects on matter/humans and safety concerns.
Exercises with Radiation Dosage and Radiation Protection
Computing in Science Education (CSE) Exercises
- exercises where the students has to use a computer tool or write their own software to solve the problem.
List of Computing in Science Education (CSE) Exercises
- are listed on a
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