Below are the protocols for performing research with radionuclides. Protocols are developed in conjunction with the laboratory user. The user must approve and provide a hands on review of the protocols in the laboratory prior to performing research. Protocols from other users must be approved by the laboratory user.
The protocols includes isotopes, activity levels, mass levels, location, radiation safety level, air monitoring requirements, and engineering controls.
The protocols below are broken into primary and specific groups. The primary protocols are the basis of the specific protocols. The primary protocol numbers will be tracked on the specific protocols. These numbers appear on the first page of each protocol. The protocols are Word documents.
The protocols below can be use as templates for new protocols. Primary protocol links are under #. The specific protocols links are in the Specific Protocol column.
Protocols for Ken Czerwinski and Frederic Poineau (KRC-#)
Laboratory Safety Level (Maximum)
Pressure Vessel Reactions for Radioelement Compounds
Experiments with pressure vessels. Primarily designed for hydrothermal synthesis