Important information in English
Please find the measurement schedules under the "Beosztás" menu option
How to complete this course
- Students are performing measurements in groups of 3 (or sometimes 4.)
- Every group performs 10 measurements, as given in the schedule.
- At the beginning of each measurement, there is a short test (10-15 minutes max), for which one gets a grade. One has to get at least a grade of 2 (sufficient) in order to be able to start the measurmenet. If a student gets a 1 (insufficient), then she/he has to come back to perform the measurement (and writing the test again) at another time.
- After each measurement, each student writes a lab report, which is to be submitted within 2 weeks after the measurement. For this one also gets a grade.
- If one misses the deadline, a reduction of half a grade per week is applied. Final deadline is the end of the study period of the semester.
- The test and the lab report grades have a weigth of 20% and 80% in the final grade. The course is completed if all test and test grades are at least sufficent (2).
- Final grade is calculated as an arithmetic average of all measurement grades (taking into account the above weigths).
Here is a list of the english title of the measurements; please see the Hungarian list under the "Mérések" menu option
- ABS: Absolute activity measurement (Abszolút aktivitás mérése)
- AFM: Atomic force (Atomierő-mikroszkópia)
- COM: Compton effect measurement (Compton-effektus)
- DKM: Dynamic nano- and micro hardness test(Dinamikus nano- és mikrokeménység)
- FLV: Semiconductors (Félvezetők vizsgálata)
- KAL: Calorimetry (Kalorimetria)
- MEI: Meissner effect (Meissner-effektus)
- MOS: Mössbauer effect (Mössbauer-effektus)
- MSP: Nuclear spectroscopy (Magspektroszkópia)
- NMR: Nuclear magnetic resonance (Mag-mágneses rezonancia)
- REU: Operation of nuclear reactors(Reaktor-üzemeltetés)
- RTG: X-ray diffraction(Röntgen-diffrakció)
- SUG: Radiation protetion, dosimetry (Sugárvédelem)
- TEM: Transmission microscopy (Elektronmikroszópia)
Measurement descriptions in English
- Absolute activity measurement [pdf]
- Compton effect [pdf], [video].
- Meissner effect [pdf]
- Mössbauer effect [pdf]
- Nuclear magnetic resonance [pdf], [video1], [video2]
- Operation of nuclear reactors
- Basic material about the course [pdf]
- Info about the reactor [html]
- Further reading: nuclear chain reaction (Wikipedia) [html]
- Further reading: prompt neutrons (Wikipedia) [html]
- Further reading: delayed neutrons (Wikipedia) [html]
- Further reading: six factor formula (Wikipedia) [html]
- Further reading: nuclear reactor physics (Wikipedia) [html]
- Further reading: pressurized water reactor (Wikipedia) [html]
- X-ray diffraction [pdf]
- Transmission electron microscopy [html]