Printable Study Questions (General Nuclear)

  1. Brown, T.L. and H.E. LeMay,Jr. (1985). Chemistry: The Central Science, 3rd Edition, Chapter 19: Nuclear Chemistry. Englewood Cliffs, NJ.: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

  2. Chase, G.D., S. Rituper, & J.W. Sulcoski. (1971). Experiments in Nuclear Science, Second Edition. Minneapolis, MN: Burgess Publishing Company/Alpha Editions.

  3. Duggan, J.L. (1989). Laboratory Investigations in Nuclear Science. Oak Ridge, TN: The Nucleus.

  4. Gillespie, R.J., D.A Humphreys, N.C. Baird, & E.A. Robinson. (1986). Chemistry. Chapter 24: Nuclear and Radiochemistry. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon, Inc.

  5. Grafton, D.C., & J.L. Rabinowitz. (1967). Principles of Radioisotope Methodolgy, Third Edition. Minneapolis, MN: Burgess Publishing Company.

  6. Kramer, H.H., & W.J. Gemmill. (1970). Minigenerator Biology Experiments in Nucleonics. Tuxedo, NY: Union Carbide Corporation.

  7. Oxford Instruments Inc. (n.d.). Instruction Manual for Single Channel Nuclear Scintillation Spectrometry Systems. Oak Ridge, TN: Author.

  8. Rad Elec Inc. (1994). E-PERM System Manual. Frederick, MD: Author.

  9. RAMCO Enterprises. (n.d.) Minigenerator Experiments in Nucleonics. Oxford, CT: Author.


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