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PGS5J


Course: Nuclear and nuclear-resonance methods

Department/Abbreviation: KEF/PGS5J

Year: 2020

Guarantee: 'prof. RNDr. Miroslav Mašláň, CSc.'

Annotation: Properties of nuclei, hyperfine interactions, Mössbauer spectroscopy, nuclear resonant scattering, nuclear magnetic resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, perturbed angular correlation, nuclear orientation, mion spin rotation, neutron activation analysis, neutron scattering, positron annihilation, Positron-electron tomography (PET). Ions beams, Particles detection and radiation.

Course review:
Properties of nuclei, hyperfine interactions, Mössbauer spectroscopy, nuclear resonant scattering, nuclear magnetic resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, perturbed angular correlation, nuclear orientation, mion spin rotation, neutron activation analysis, neutron scattering, positron annihilation, Positron-electron tomography (PET). Ions beams, Particles detection and radiation. The following specialized blocks are integral parts of the subject: Positron-electron annihilation Positron sources, positron thermalization, annihilation of positrons, positron lifetime measurement, angular correlations, Doppler broadening, application for metals, semiconductors and polymers, PET. Nuclear resonant scattering Classification of nuclear resonant scattering, theoretical description, interaction of nucleus and photon, nuclear forward scattering, quantum beats, dynamic beats, hybrid beats, speed up effect, Light-house effect, nuclear Bragg scattering, nuclear inelastic scattering, Lipkin summation rules, performing of experiments, monochromatization of the radiation , synchrotron radiation properties.