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Well Logging/Nuclear

Well Logging/Nuclear

Well Logging/Nuclear. Kevin Kapka. Basic History. The use of radiation to analyze formations appeared shortly after World War II. The initial application was to determine formation porosity, but it has expanded to well Characterization, Density, and Neutron Activation Analysis.

By MikeCarlo
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Soil moisture and composition by surface Prompt Gamma Neutron Activation analysis (PGNA)

Soil moisture and composition by surface Prompt Gamma Neutron Activation analysis (PGNA)

Soil moisture and composition by surface Prompt Gamma Neutron Activation analysis (PGNA). 4th NAFE Workshop Chris Waring Craig Smith. PGNA soil moisture and composition scanning. PC spectral analysis for elemental composition and depth. 0 - 10 MeV. Shielding. Neutron Source.

By Audrey
(405 views)

Thessaloniki ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗ Solúň Salonico Salonique Salonik 315 B.C.

Thessaloniki ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗ Solúň Salonico Salonique Salonik 315 B.C.

Thessaloniki ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗ Solúň Salonico Salonique Salonik 315 B.C. ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY ΑΡΙΣΤΟΤΕΛΕΙΟ ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟ. 75 000 students 14 Faculties 53 Departments. Section of Nuclear & Particle Physics. Theory Group. Experimental Group.

By hosanna
(187 views)

SATIF10 2010. 6 . 2

SATIF10 2010. 6 . 2

SATIF10 2010. 6 . 2. JASMIN Japanese-American Study of Muon Interactions and Neutron detection. H. Nakashima (JAEA) and N. Mokhov (FNAL) for FNAL-Japan Radiation Physics Collaboration Team. 9 Institutes 46 Scientists & Engineers. Participants.

By orien
(165 views)

Kromek Wearable Detectors Light on your belt Light on your budget

Kromek Wearable Detectors Light on your belt Light on your budget

Kromek Wearable Detectors Light on your belt Light on your budget. Introduction. Kromek provides radiation detection solutions globally in three markets:. Some of our awards. 2003 spinout of Durham University: Invested >$100M in technology development

By lincoln
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Synchrotron and neutron experiments

Synchrotron and neutron experiments

Synchrotron and neutron experiments. Angus P. Wilkinson School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332-0400 Thanks are due to Alan Hewat and Ian Swainson for many of the slides. Outline. Comparison of X-ray and neutron scattering

By mab
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Exploring towards the neutron-rich limit of nuclei, and beyond

Exploring towards the neutron-rich limit of nuclei, and beyond

Exploring towards the neutron-rich limit of nuclei, and beyond. Takashi Nakamura Tokyo Institute of Technology. 57 th International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics 21-25, Jan. 2018, Bormio, Italy. Contents. Introduction – Clustering and Hierarchical Structure

By hall
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Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry

Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry

Chemistry, The Central Science , 10th edition Theodore L. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay, Jr.; and Bruce E. Bursten. Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry. John D. Bookstaver St. Charles Community College St. Peters, MO  2006, Prentice Hall, Inc. The Nucleus.

By yan
(107 views)

PERSISTENT SURVEILLANCE FOR PIPELINE PROTECTION AND THREAT INTERDICTION

PERSISTENT SURVEILLANCE FOR PIPELINE PROTECTION AND THREAT INTERDICTION

Diagnostics and Control . Presented by R.L. Boivin With contributions from D. Johnson, D. Gates, K. Young (PPPL) D. Humphreys (GA) and S. Allen (LLNL) Burning Plasma Organization Workshop Oak Ridge National Laboratory December 7-9, 2005. PERSISTENT SURVEILLANCE FOR

By liana
(132 views)

Structure of Matter

Structure of Matter

Structure of Matter. What is an atom?. An atom is the smallest particle of matter. It is the smallest part of something that is still that thing? Yeah, OK, but what exactly does that mean?. What does an Atom look like?. Well, it’s pretty small!

By lotus
(238 views)

Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry

Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry

Chemistry, The Central Science , 10th edition Theodore L. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay, Jr.; and Bruce E. Bursten. Chapter 21 Nuclear Chemistry. John D. Bookstaver St. Charles Community College St. Peters, MO  2006, Prentice Hall, Inc. The Nucleus.

By Sophia
(128 views)

Everything

Everything

Everything. What is Everything Made of?. What is everything (Matter)made of?. Greek Mythology –Fire, Air, Water, Earth. Leucippius (Born-50BCE) Democritus (Born –460 BCE). Postulated an indivisible form of matter. THE ATOM. Early Postulates.

By keiji
(67 views)

Three Dimensional Imaging of the Proton

Three Dimensional Imaging of the Proton

Graduate Seminar 19 January 2012. Three Dimensional Imaging of the Proton. Prof. Charles Hyde The Problem The Data The Solution The Future. The Challenge. The construction of an image implies that the object being observed is unaffected by the measurement

By etan
(115 views)

Static Electricity “ Electrostatics ”

Static Electricity “ Electrostatics ”

Static Electricity “ Electrostatics ”. “ Static ” - not moving. Electric charges that can be collected an held in one place Examples: sparks on carpet, balloon against hair, lightning, photocopier

By menefer
(149 views)

Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap. OpenStack for VMware administrators in the context of a fictional use case. Presenters. Kenneth Hui Technology Evangelist Rackspace Twitter: @hui_kenneth. Scott Lowe Engineering Architect VMware, Inc. Twitter: @ scott_lowe. Agenda. Agenda.

By wyome
(131 views)

Nuclear Science Merit Badge:

Nuclear Science Merit Badge:

Nuclear Science Merit Badge:. Nuclear Power Technology. Introduction!. Welcome to {INSERT SITE NAME} Nuclear Power and Technology Information for the course was taken from the Nuclear Science Merit Badge Handbook. . Learning Objectives. History of fission Nuclear power

By sauda
(278 views)

Radiochemistry

Radiochemistry

Radiochemistry. The purpose of this experiment is to use first-order nuclear decay kinetics to determine the half-life of a nuclear reaction. Where might we see radioactive materials in everyday life?. Nuclear Energy. Smoke Detectors. Americium-241.

By ting
(266 views)

The Life Cycle of Stars Power Point Maze V2.0

The Life Cycle of Stars Power Point Maze V2.0

The Life Cycle of Stars Power Point Maze V2.0. How much do you know?. Rules of the Game. You will compete in team sizes of your teachers determination. Players are allowed to participate twice only after all other students have played.

By scot
(95 views)

PHY127 Summer Session I I

PHY127 Summer Session I I

PHY127 Summer Session I I. Most of information is available at: http://nngroup.physics.sunysb.edu/~chiaki/PHY127-0 8. The website above is the point of contact outside the class for important messages, so regularly and frequently check the website.

By jared
(85 views)

Goodness of the K quantum number in deformed nuclei

Goodness of the K quantum number in deformed nuclei

D. Cline, A.B . Hayes, University of Rochester Why study K ? The existence of high-K long-lived isomeric states is evidence for axial symmetry High-K states are a powerful probe of nuclear structure Goals: Exploit K-forbidden EM transitions to probe the goodness of K

By demi
(99 views)

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