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Nuclear Chemistry—chemistry of the nucleus Chemistry of the Nucleus Marie Curie.

jpg Marie Curie How does a nuclear reactor work? http://www.lanl.gov/science/1663/images/reactor.jpg How does a small mass contained in this bomb cause…… Nuclear Bomb of 1945 known as “fat man” http://www.travisairmuseum.org/assets/images/fatman/energy 2. Alpha/beta/gamma particles/rays: a.Sterilize food (kill microorganisms) b. detect leaks in pipes c.Medical uses (imaging, detecting disease, tracing Blood circulation, treating cancer B. Exposure A.Background radiation All around us from stars, rocks, etc. /


Mountain Risks: 2007-2010 A Marie Curie Research & Training Network Fig. 2: Flume experiment; of retrogressive slumping and liquefaction.  INTRODUCTION.

Mountain Risks: 2007-2010 A Marie Curie Research & Training Network Fig. 2: Flume experiment; of retrogressive slumping and liquefaction.  INTRODUCTION Predicting the occurrence of /pore pressure generation controls the displacement rate during failure and may in case of positive excess pore pressure cause fluidization of the sliding material. From the referenced images through time, 3 clearly visible "points“ (A, B & C in Fig. 3) were tracked and their coordinates calculated to obtain displacements, and/


Cherenkov Light Imaging in AstroParticle Physics Razmik Mirzoyan Max- Planck- Institute for Physics (Werner- Heisenberg- Institute) Munich, Germany.

in distilled water, by Marie Curie in 1910 (E. Curie, 1937). It was thought to be a type of fluorescence. Cherenkov light: the beginnings 4.12.13, RICH-2013 Zushi, Hayama Razmik Mirzoyan: Cherenkov Imaging in Astro-Particle-Physics French/μs)  Targets for cosmic high energy neutrinos (mainly >~ 100 GeV) IceCube Digital Optical Module (DOM) PMT Razmik Mirzoyan: Cherenkov Imaging in Astro-Particle-Physics 4.12.13, RICH-2013 Zushi, Hayama  Large volume for neutrinos to interact  Transparent medium for light/


"NANO-ACOUSTICS AND TERAHERTZ ACOUSTICS"

"NANO-ACOUSTICS AND TERAHERTZ ACOUSTICS" UNIVERSITE Pierre & Marie CURIE La science à PARIS "NANO-ACOUSTICS AND TERAHERTZ ACOUSTICS" Bernard Perrin International Workshop on « Nanoscale Energy / transfer Nanoscale energy conversion and thermo-electricity Phonon transport Solitons and nonlinear phenomena Acoustic waves in anisotropic media and phonon imaging Phonons in superconductors and magnetic materials Phononic crystals Surface and Interface phonons Quantum fluids Lattice dynamics Phonons in glasses and /


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- + Marie Curie Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways: FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IAPP COLDBEAMS grant agreement n. 25139 ultra-COLD gas for the production of a /, momentum and time resolution (20nm, few meV, 0.003 Angstroms-1 and 150ps, respectively), will also open the way towards high resolution spectroscopic low energy electron imaging and real-space access to ultrafast switching processes (CEA/IRAMIS/SPCSI, France). LPL (oct2008) 4) Deterministic single ion source Huge demand for sources of single ions /


Seismic wave Propagation and Imaging in Complex media: a European network Suggestions for synthetic data storage The SPICE project Expected seismic simulation.

Seismic wave Propagation and Imaging in Complex media: a European network Suggestions for synthetic data storage The SPICE project Expected / training material Four task groups in the fields of (1) Global seismology, (2) volcano seismology and reservoir seismics, (3) earthquake physics and (4) digital library Marie Curie Research Training network in the 6th Framework Programme (Coordination: Munich seismology) 14 institutions (INGV Rome, IPG, ENS Paris, Oxford, Utrecht, Munich, Bratislava, Prague, Oslo/


Principles of Mobile Radiography You bring imaging services to pt using transportable x-ray equipment Where are they commonly used? pt room ER ICU surgery.

Principles of Mobile Radiography You bring imaging services to pt using transportable x-ray equipment Where are they commonly used? pt room ER ICU surgery and recovery rooms nursery and neonatal units When was mobile x-ray equipment first used? battlefield WW1 -units were carried to field sites Marie Curie By 1914 many hospitals already had x-ray machines- too far removed from the/


Applications of Radiation Candace Davison Brenden Heidrich Penn State University Michael Erdman PSU Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar,

Of Liberty What were original uses of mysterious rays? Becquerel’s discovery Roentgen x-ray of wife’s hand Marie Curie – WWI – x-ray unit Early X-ray http://www.uihealthcare.com/depts /medmuseum/galleryexhibits/colle ctingfrompast/xray// Diagnostic Radiology Modalities X-Ray Radiography –Angiography –Mammography –Fluoroscopy –Cardiac Catheterization –CT (Computed Tomography) Heart Image Gated study of radiolabeled cardiac muscle Allows visualization of heart tissue viability Bone Scan with 99m Tc-HDP Active/


Philippe GRENIER University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC),

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Laser characterization and modelling for the development of the Super LHC versatile transceiver Sergio Rui Silva Marie Curie Fellow PH-ESE-BE CERN.

characterization and modelling for the development of the Super LHC versatile transceiver Sergio Rui Silva Marie Curie Fellow PH-ESE-BE CERN 2 April 2009 Project background An upgrade of the current /: 3-Term Error Matrix Measurement setup Temperature control system: Peltier based thermo-electric laser cooling system Measurement setup Temperature control system: Thermal image of the laser & cooling system set to 5°C LASER model Measurements lead to simplified laser model Chip & Package model Intrinsic Laser/


Graham Farley Practice Educator Marie Curie Hospice Bradford

Graham Farley Practice Educator Marie Curie Hospice Bradford Death Anxiety Graham Farley Practice Educator Marie Curie Hospice Bradford Death Anxiety – An Overiew Attitudes towards death Death Anxiety The need for Death Education/Human knowledge & science have failed to stop death which makes death ill-understood When we fail to understand a phenomenon we construct our own image of it which tends to be negative & destructive What causes anxiety about death? (cont’d) Terrifying – it is ever present & brutally/


MAGIC M ONITORING SYSTEMS TO A SSESS G EOTECHNICAL I NFRASTRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO C LIMATIC HAZARDS European Commission - FP7 Marie Curie Industry-Academia.

A SSESS G EOTECHNICAL I NFRASTRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO C LIMATIC HAZARDS European Commission - FP7 Marie Curie Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) http://www.magic-iapp.com/ MID-TERM REVIEW/Strathclyde (USTRAT Université de Pau (UPPA)Delft University of Technology (DUT) High-Capacity Tensiometer, WP1 Data Control Software, WP4 Geophysical imaging of water content, WP3 Task(s) addressed MAGIC - Monitoring systems to Assess Geotechnical Infrastructure subjected to Climatic hazards Mid-Term Review /


MAGIC M ONITORING SYSTEMS TO A SSESS G EOTECHNICAL I NFRASTRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO C LIMATIC HAZARDS European Commission - FP7 Marie Curie Industry-Academia.

A SSESS G EOTECHNICAL I NFRASTRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO C LIMATIC HAZARDS European Commission - FP7 Marie Curie Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) http://www.magic-iapp.com/ MID-TERM /Strathclyde (USTRAT Université de Pau (UPPA) Delft University of Technology (DUT) High-Capacity Tensiometer, WP1 Data Control Software, WP4 Geophysical imaging of water content, WP3 Tasks addressed MAGIC - Monitoring systems to Assess Geotechnical Infrastructure subjected to Climatic hazards Mid-Term Review Meeting -/


MAGIC M ONITORING SYSTEMS TO A SSESS G EOTECHNICAL I NFRASTRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO C LIMATIC HAZARDS European Commission - FP7 Marie Curie Industry-Academia.

A SSESS G EOTECHNICAL I NFRASTRUCTURE SUBJECTED TO C LIMATIC HAZARDS European Commission - FP7 Marie Curie Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) http://www.magic-iapp.com/ MID-TERM REVIEW/Strathclyde (USTRAT Université de Pau (UPPA)Delft University of Technology (DUT) High-Capacity Tensiometer, WP1 Data Control Software, WP4 Geophysical imaging of water content, WP3 Task(s) addressed MAGIC - Monitoring systems to Assess Geotechnical Infrastructure subjected to Climatic hazards Mid-Term Review /


Marie Curie Actions Early Stage Researcher Training Network Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO) Department of Physics and Astronomy University.

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Amorphous materials at high pressure

materials at high pressure Chrystèle Sanloup CSEC, University of Edinburgh, UK Université Pierre et Marie Curie Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France High pressure amorphs - Synthesis ▪ Pressure-induced / quenched liquids (glasses) cf. example of S upon decompression Basic unit = nanoscale grains Amorphous materials ▪ Opal (amorphous SiO2) - SEM image Basic unit = nanoscale grains  short-order range Gaillou et al., Am. Min. 2008 Electron microscopy: Best characterization of amorphous materials but/


Leukemia By Mary Chen and Genesis Pimentel

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An introduction to Quantum Optics T. Coudreau Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, UMR CNRS 8552 et Université Pierre et Marie Curie, PARIS, France also with Pôle.

Quantum Optics T. Coudreau Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, UMR CNRS 8552 et Université Pierre et Marie Curie, PARIS, France also with Pôle Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques, Fé/of measurement and control of quantum fluctuations) No more mysteries the actual theory explains without ambiguity all phenomena but still "strange" behaviours Physical images » several may workwave and particle » only one workswave or particle » none worksneither wave nor particle » Vacuum fluctuations » Path interferences Statistical/


“What can vote advice applications tell us about (non) voters?” VOTEADVICE A Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate Network.

“What can vote advice applications tell us about (non) voters?” VOTEADVICE A Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate Network University – Industry Partnership Project Members: Susan Banducci, Gabriel Katz, Dan Stevens, / number of political parties, length of democracy, district magnitude how VAAs help: VAA generates an objective measure of representative deficit: an image of representation in terms of party-voter issue congruence Kieskompas VAA EU Profiler (2009) developed for 27 EU countries -> large N /


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EDUSAFE IDEASQUARE O. Beltramello – 16.07.2014. In this context, we are performing the Marie Curie Initial Training Network Program EDUSAFE... 3.2 ME.

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1 Gabriele Ponti Marie Curie Fellow at University of Southampton High energy evidence for past activity from Sgr A* or its surroundings R. Terrier, A.

1 Gabriele Ponti Marie Curie Fellow at University of Southampton High energy evidence for past activity from Sgr A* or its surroundings R. Terrier, A. Goldwurm, G. Belanger and G. Trap Sgr A* today: a / A* today: in a broader context Sgr A* low luminosity L edd = 5  10 44 erg s -1 L SgrA* ~3  10 33 - 10 35 erg s -1  ~10 -9 Image from Gallo 2010 M SgrA* =3.6  10 6 M Sun How was the Sgr A* accretion rate in the past? Are we testimony of a peculiar moment of Sgr/


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Mountain Risks: 2007-2010 A Marie Curie Research & Training Network THE MOUNTAIN-RISKS RESEARCH PROJECT: CHALLENGES IN HAZARD ANALYSIS Th.W.J. van Asch.

Mountain Risks: 2007-2010 A Marie Curie Research & Training Network THE MOUNTAIN-RISKS RESEARCH PROJECT: CHALLENGES IN HAZARD ANALYSIS Th.W.J. van Asch (1), /the temporal evolution of predisposing factors. Several investigation and monitoring techniques (near-surface geophysical techniques, remote-sensing techniques like interferometry, Permanent Scatterers, image correlation, and hydro-chemistry) will be used to understand the type and the mechanics of movement. All these techniques will be evaluated /


ELACCO PROJECT UPDATE (PIXEL ELECTRONICS FOR MEDIPIX) Winnie Wong Marie Curie EST Fellow ELACCO Project Medipix Design Team, CERN.

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radiation Overview Physical and biological basis for radiation Types of radiation available Process for treatment Imaging & Simulation Treatment planning Delivery of radiation Radiation Treatment Safety A Brief History of Radiation Wilhelm Roentgen discovered X-rays on November 8, 1895 In 1896, Henri Becquerel discovered radioactivity Pierre and Marie Curie announced the discovery of radium and polonium in 1898 These elements emitted ,  and  rays/


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oncoprotein(PyMT), under the control of the mouse mammary tumor virus long terminal repeat (MMTV LTR) Optical Imaging 6 Anikitos GAROFALAKIS CEA, I 2 BM, SHFJ, LIME, INSERM U803 Fluorescent Probes i)commercial probes(/U803 Mammary Tumor Xenografts erb – B2 expressing cells In collaboration with: Marie France Poupon, Institut Curie, Paris Laboratory of antibody imaging for health, Saclay (Didier Boquet) Planar Imaging using trastuzumub (Herceptin ® ) Xenografts of primary human mammary carcinoma over/


Paul Sellin, Radiation Imaging Group Charge Drift in partially-depleted epitaxial GaAs detectors P.J. Sellin, H. El-Abbassi, S. Rath Department of Physics.

of Physics University of Surrey, Guildford, UK J.C. Bourgoin LMDH, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France Paul Sellin, Radiation Imaging Group Overview  Chemical reaction growth of thick epitaxial GaAs layers  Depletion thickness and residual / concentration at low temperature  Optical probing of charge transport using a focussed laser Paul Sellin, Radiation Imaging Group Potential challenges for epitaxial GaAs Strengths of epitaxial GaAs:  intermediate photon detection efficiency between Si /


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Decay Antoine Henri Becquerel (1852 – 1908) Shared Nobel Prize of 1903 with Marie and Pierre Curie for discovery of radioactivity –Studying phosphorescence in Uranium salts on one side of his/ ν –Electronic Transmutation – 15 O  15 N - + e + + ν Gamma Decay – excess from β decay Back to Nuclear Imaging Radiopharmaceuticals are injected Biodistribution process causes –absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion Radioactive decay occurs, producing: –gamma rays (single photons), or Single Photon Emission/


Paul Sellin, Radiation Imaging Group Charge Drift in partially-depleted epitaxial GaAs detectors P.J. Sellin, H. El-Abbassi, S. Rath Department of Physics.

of Physics University of Surrey, Guildford, UK J.C. Bourgoin LMDH, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France Paul Sellin, Radiation Imaging Group Overview  Chemical reaction growth of thick epitaxial GaAs layers  Depletion thickness and residual / concentration at low temperature  Optical probing of charge transport using a focussed laser Paul Sellin, Radiation Imaging Group Potential challenges for epitaxial GaAs Strengths of epitaxial GaAs:  intermediate photon detection efficiency between Si /


Who’s who? Medicine through time. Imhotep The earliest known doctor was Imhotep who lived about 2700BC. He was an advisor to the Pharoah. Image Religion.

LONG TERM LIMITATIONS DISEASE & INFECTION MEDIEVAL Al Razi Medical researcher, especially interested in children’s medicine Image Communication Trade Religion Wrote 200 medical books Identified the symptoms and developments of smallpox Wrote ‘Doubts about / produced and so helped its development Helped Marie and Pierre Curie in their radiation research FACTORS SHORT TERM LONG TERM LIMITATIONS SURGERY & ANATOMY 1800s Karl Landsteiner German doctor Image Individual Communication Science & Technology In 1901 /


Application to Medicine & Hadrontheraphy Lecture#2 - The current status and challenges of detection and imaging in radiation therapy Alberto Del Guerra.

potentially higher efficiency –Potentially better spatial resolution (< 1cm PSF) –If beam position known  simplified reconstruction –3D-potential imaging (several cameras) D.Dauvergne AAPM 2014 31 Compton camera Lyon project: TOF and beam position with hodoscope Count rate issue/ Photon Counters, SiPMs). Work partly supportedd by the European Union EndoTOFPET-US project and by a Marie Curie Early Initial Training Network Fellowship of the European Union 7th Framework Program (PITN- GA-2011-289355-PicoSEC/


Physics and Imaging in Radiation Therapy

Imaging for Radiation Oncology 3-D Conformal Radiation Therapy Tomotherapy Conclusions Brachytherapy Literally, close-up therapy, it is the treatment of cancer with radioactive sources. The oldest form of radiation therapy and the most often used until the advent of megavoltage (energies of more than 1 million electron volts) photon beams. Naturally occurring radium, discovered by Marie Curie/Process Conventional radiotherapy planning relies on 2-D images from conventional planar x-rays which delineates well/


Radioactivity and radioisotopes A very brief history of the discovery of radioactivity Henri Bequerel (1852-1908) Dear Marie, do you remember those uranium.

them in my drawer… in the same drawer I had a key on top of a film plate. When I developed the film the image of the key was impressed on it, although the film was wrapped! These compounds must emit invisible rays that penetrate certain materials. I/ a tonne of pitchblende and separate the radium. The amazing thing is that the radium is about one million times more radioactive than uranium! Marie Curie (1867-1934) Hey guys, thank you for this stuff! Now that we know so much I can find out the nature of this /


Jonathan P. Dowling QUANTUM IMAGING: HAPPY-N00N YEAR! quantum.phys.lsu.edu Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics Department of Physics & Astronomy Louisiana.

, Rome, Italy. Claude Fabre, Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel Ecole Normale Superieure and University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris. Hans Bachor, Research Director and Federation Fellow, Australian National Centre of Excellence for Quantum-Atom Optics, Australian National University, Canberra. Quantum Imaging: A Systems Approach N-Photon Absorbers Non- Classica l Photon Sources Imaging System Ancilla Devices a † N a N AN Boto, DS Abrams, CP Williams/


Lectureship A proposal for advancing computer graphics, imaging and multimedia design at RGU Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, 20/6/2008 Fabio Cuzzolin.

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COLLEGE PHYSICS Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION: THE NATURE OF SCIENCE AND PHYSICS PowerPoint Image Slideshow.

physics equations to determine the driving time between two locations on a map. (credit: @gletham GIS, Social, Mobile Tech Images) FIGURE 1.4 The laws of physics help us understand how common appliances work. For example, the laws of physics can/as currency. (credit: Arthur Shuster and Arthur E. Shipley: Britain’s Heritage of Science. London, 1917.) FIGURE 1.9 Marie Curie (1867–1934) sacrificed monetary assets to help finance her early research and damaged her physical well- being with radiation exposure. /


Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI. Objectives: Discuss the MRI historical development, and to know the significant person who discovered MRI. MRI discovery.

to their properties, began to take form. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen Nov. 8, 1895 discovered the x-ray Marie Curie In 1896 discovered the gamma rays by experimenting on radioactive phosphors. Their discoveries soon demonstrated that high frequency wave/tune’’. Felix Bloch & Edward Purcell Felix bloch & edward purcell These tune signal were detected and recorded into spectroscopic images, corresponding to their frequency values. Virtually overnight Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). The prelude to MRI, was about /


Learning Riemannian metrics for motion classification Fabio Cuzzolin INRIA Rhone-Alpes Computational Imaging Group, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcellona.

. thesis on the theory of belief functions Young researcher in Milan with the Image and Sound Processing group Post-doc at UCLA in the Vision Lab Marie Curie fellowship, INRIA Rhone-Alpes My research research Discrete mathematics linear independence on lattices / Problem: motion classification linear dynamical model Approach: representing each movement as a linear dynamical model for instance, each image sequence can be mapped to an ARMA, or AR linear model distance function in the space of dynamical models /


DAAD-Go8 Collaboration Novel Functionalised Nanoparticles for Application in the Imaging of Cancer Holger Stephan Institute of Radiopharmacy Research Centre.

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NMISTC Report March 6, 2010 Nuclear Medical and Imaging Sciences Technical Committee Report to NPSS AdCom Robert Miyaoka March 6, 2010.

to be consistent with the NPSS website. NMISTC Report March 6, 2010 5 IEEE Marie Sklodowska-Curie Award Nomination Dr. Harrison Barrett has been nominated by John Aarsvold for: For contributions to the foundations and applications of radiological and nuclear medical imaging science and for mentorship of generations of imaging scientists. Endorsers: Simon Cherry, PhD Grant Gullberg, PhD Michael King, PhD Thomas Lewellen, PhD/


10.1 Radioactivity When Henri Becquerel placed uranium salts on a photographic plate and then developed the plate, he found a foggy image. The image was.

Becquerel placed uranium salts on a photographic plate and then developed the plate, he found a foggy image. The image was caused by rays that had not been observed before. For his discovery of radioactivity, Becquerel shared the 1903 Nobel Prize for Physics with Marie and Pierre Curie. 10.1 Radioactivity What happens during nuclear decay? During nuclear decay, atoms of one element can/


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Radiation Basics Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar, PhD Idaho State University/Idaho National Laboratory ANS Teachers’ Workshop Anaheim, CA November 2014.

Basics Mary Lou /Reason for the Change 1980s to 2006 Radiation from medical procedures increased 7 times. Increase in medical imaging procedures –computed tomography (CT) –nuclear medicine Source: http://www.ncrponline.org/Publications/160press.html Terms /of “Activity” Activity - a rate; the number of emissions (of radiation) per unit time. dps - disintegrations per second Bequerel = 1 dps Curie = 37,000,000,000 dps Picocurie = 0.037 dps or 2.2 dpm Half Life When we are exposed to radiation do we become /


Radiation Basics Mary Lou Dunzik-Gougar, PhD Idaho State University/Idaho National Laboratory ANS Teachers’ Workshop Reno, NV 2014.

Mary /for the Change 1980s to 2006 Radiation from medical procedures increased 7 times. Increase in medical imaging procedures –computed tomography (CT) –nuclear medicine Source: http://www.ncrponline.org/Publications/160press.html /“Activity” Activity - a rate; the number of emissions (of radiation) per unit time. dps - disintegrations per second Bequerel = 1 dps Curie = 37,000,000,000 dps Picocurie = 0.037 dps or 2.2 dpm Radioactive Contamination - is radioactive material in an unwanted place. Radioactive/


Maria Treanor September 2011 Trinity Research News Send articles & images to

Maria Treanor September 2011 Trinity Research News Send articles & images to research.office@tcd.ie Maria Treanor September 2011 Postgraduate Funding Sponsors IRCHSS – www.irchss.ie www.irchss.ie/Treanor September 2011 Postgraduate Funding Sponsors Wellcome Trust – www.wellcome.ac.uk www.wellcome.ac.uk Environmental Protection Agency – www.epa.ie www.epa.ie Marie Curie (EU FP7) - http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/people/home_en.html http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/people/home_en.html AXA Research Fund - www.axa- /


Chemistry for Changing Times 12 th Edition Hill and Kolb Chapter 3 Atomic Structure: Images of the Invisible John Singer Jackson Community College, Jackson,

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2-1 Chapter 2 Lecture Outline See PowerPoint Image Slides for all figures and tables pre-inserted into PowerPoint without notes. Copyright (c) The McGraw-Hill.

2-1 Chapter 2 Lecture Outline See PowerPoint Image Slides for all figures and tables pre-inserted into PowerPoint without notes. Copyright (c) The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc/ –unstable isotopes –every element has at least one radioisotope Radioactivity –radioisotopes decay to stable isotopes releasing radiation –we are all mildly radioactive 2-11 Marie Curie First woman in world to receive a Ph.D. First woman to receive Nobel Prize (1903) –discovered radioactivity of radium –trained physicians in use/


Chapter 3 Atomic Structure: Images of the Invisible.

Chapter 3 Atomic Structure: Images of the Invisible Electricity and the Atom Volta invented the first battery in 1800 Electric current is supplied by / Put his hand between the rays and the paper Discovery of Radioactivity Becquerel found that uranium ores would fog photographic plates in the dark Marie and Pierre Curie isolated other elements that behaved like uranium Radioactivity – spontaneous emission of radiation from certain unstable elements Types of Radioactivity Three commonly found types Behavior/


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