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Location: 257-TA

The course gives an overview of the various analytical techniques for the detection of nuclear isotopes. The participants will be introduced into the general principles, experimental setups, strengths, drawbacks, and detection limits of the most important isotope detection methods, including secondary ion mass spectrometry, nuclear microanalysis, mass spectrometry, infrared and Raman spectroscopy, electrochemical detection, nuclear magnetic resonance, neutron scattering and scintillation detection.

This is the replacement date for the EPR lecture that was originally planned for 16 March 2023.


6 April 2023

09:00 – 10:30 Andreas Pöppl

  • EPR for isotope detection
  • Lab tour


Interested parties outside ¹²³H please contact the coordinator via email.

Created by: Toshiki Wulf