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This is a beginner’s module for basic radiation detection. It covers the physical mechanisms behind the detection of gamma and neutron radiation and the different detectors used. The module takes approximately 6 hours to complete. Students taking this module should have a working knowledge of basic algebra and have completed the Introduction to Statistics and the Basic Nuclear and Atomic Physics NSSEP modules.
|Link to Resource||https://nsspi.catalog.instructure.com/courses/nssep-basic-radiation-detection-nq|
|Topic / Subject Matter||Nuclear Safety and Safeguards|
|Lens / Approach / Method||Other|
|Download Category||Educational, Nuclear|
|Content Tag||gamma, neutron, nuclear safeguards, radiation detection|
|Activity Type||Online module|
|Minimum Number of Participants||1|
|Maximum Number of Participants||1|
|Group or Individual||Individuals|
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|Total activity time||360|
Students taking this module should have a working knowledge of basic algebra and have completed the Introduction to Statistics and the Basic Nuclear and Atomic Physics NSSEP modules.