Section 1 : Complete Nuclear & Radio Chemistry 14+ hours of lectures-1

Lecture 1 Fundamental basics of nuclear science l Introduction to radiochemistry and nuclear 6:4
Lecture 2 Fundamental basics of nuclear science l History of nuclear science 9:41
Lecture 3 Fundamental basics of nuclear science l Nuclei and nuclides 8:36
Lecture 4 Fundamental basics of nuclear science l Nuclides 6:47
Lecture 5 Fundamental basics of nuclear science- Chapter How to notate the nuclides 8:30
Lecture 6 Fundamental basics of nuclear science- Chapter Quantities and units of mass and energy 6:34
Lecture 7 Fundamental basics of nuclear science l The Nuclidic Mass and the Unified Atomic Mass 6:27
Lecture 8 Fundamental basics of nuclear science- Chapter Quantities Characterizing Stability 7:54
Lecture 9 Fundamental basics of nuclear science- Chapter The mass excess 8:19
Lecture 10 Fundamental basics of nuclear science- Chapter The binding energy of the nucleus 7:15

Section 2 : Nuclear Force l Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Classification of Particle Forces l Color Charge l Nuclear Radius

Lecture 11 Nuclear force l Best Chemistry Classes l Understanding radio and nuclear chemistry 5:4
Lecture 12 Classification and Forces l nuclear force l Best Chemistry Classes 6:6
Lecture 13 Classification and Particles l nuclear force l Free Chemistry Classes 9:12
Lecture 14 Best Chemistry Classes l Nuclear force l Classification of particles and forces 9:40
Lecture 15 Color Charge l The nuclear force l Learn chemistry from best 4:21
Lecture 16 Nuclear Radius l Mass Density l Nuclear force 7:30
Lecture 17 Nuclear Spin l Electric properties l Magnetic Properties l nuclear force 8:25
Lecture 18 nuclear force l Nuclear spin l electric l magnetic properties of nuclei 7:9
Lecture 19 Chemistry Class l nuclear force l Nuclear spin l electric l magnetic properties of nuclei 10:56
Lecture 20 nuclear force l The one nucleon shell model of the nucleus 8:0
Lecture 21 Nuclear Chemistry l nuclear force l one nucleon shell model of the nucleus 6:18
Lecture 22 Radio Chemistry l nuclear force l Systematic of stable elements and nuclides 9:54
Lecture 23 The nuclear force l The Weizsäcker formula and the liquid drop model 9:50
Lecture 24 Nuclear Chemistry l nuclear force l Weizsäcker formula and the liquid drop model 6:45

Section 3 : Complete Nuclear & Radio Chemistry 14+ hours of lectures-3

Lecture 25 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Types of nuclear 11:28
Lecture 26 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Reactions induced
Lecture 27 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Reaction cross section 9:5
Lecture 28 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Characterization
Lecture 29 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Characterization 9:3
Lecture 30 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Radioactive decay 7:47
Lecture 31 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Characterization 4:40
Lecture 32 The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Half life, mean life 9:17
Lecture 33 Best The basic concepts of nuclear reactions and radioactive decays l Radionuclides on Earth 3:24

Section 4 : Chemistry l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Radioactive Decay l Chart of nuclides l Beta decay l alpha decay

Lecture 34 Radioactive decay l chart of nuclides l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Chemistry 9:6
Lecture 35 Radioactive decay l Investigating the spontaneity of beta and alpha decay I Chemistry 9:14
Lecture 36 Radioactive decay l Investigation spontaneity of beta and alpha decay l Chemistry 6:15
Lecture 37 Radioactive decay l Nuclear l radioactive l Chemistry l Gamma Decay 8:0
Lecture 38 Radioactive decay l Radioactive l Nuclear l Chemistry l Spontaneous fission 11:3
Lecture 39 Radioactive Decay l Exotic and rare decay modes l Chemistry 7:6
Lecture 40 Radioactive decay l The kinetics of the radioactive decay and activation 9:12
Lecture 41 Radioactive decay l Nuclear Chemistry l Radioactive Chemistry l Decay following activation 5:6
Lecture 42 Radioactive decay l The aftereffects of the radioactive decay and nuclear reactions 8:6
Lecture 43 Radioactive decay l The aftereffects of the radioactive decay and nuclear reactions 8:9
Lecture 44 Radioactive decay l Inner Bremsstrahlung l X Rays l Auger Effect 4:39

Section 5 : Nuclear Force l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Interaction of Nuclear radiation with Matter

Lecture 45 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Best Chemistry Classes 9:1
Lecture 46 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Dosimetric concepts 9:1
Lecture 47 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of alpha radiation 10:50
Lecture 48 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of beta radiation 6:29
Lecture 49 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of beta radiation 9:35
Lecture 50 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of beta radiation
Lecture 51 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of gamma radiation 6:9
Lecture 52 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of gamma radiation 5:22
Lecture 53 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of gamma radiation 8:2
Lecture 54 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Interactions of neutrons 4:59
Lecture 55 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Nucleosynthesis 5:20
Lecture 56 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Nucleosynthetic processes and related 4:15
Lecture 57 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Nucleosynthetic processes and related 9:3
Lecture 58 Interaction of nuclear radiation with matter l Nucleosynthetic processes and related 7:4

Section 6 : Detection and Measurement Techniques l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Gas Counters

Lecture 59 Chemistry Classes l Detection and measurements techniques l Track measurements
Lecture 60 Chemistry Classes l Detection and measurements techniques l Gas counters 7:35
Lecture 61 Chemistry Classes l Detection l measurements techniques 5:23
Lecture 62 Chemistry Classes l Detection l measurements technique l Gas counters 9:46
Lecture 63 Detection and measurements techniques l Semiconductor detectors 8:45
Lecture 64 Detection and measurements techniques l Semiconductor detectors 9:25
Lecture 65 Chemistry Classes l Detection and measurements techniques l Scintillation detectors 7:43
Lecture 66 Chemistry Classes l Detection l measurements technique l Scintillation detectors 8:12
Lecture 67 Detection and measurements techniques l Electronics for pulse counting ? spectrometry 7:33

Section 7 : Nuclear Energy l Nuclear Reactors l Nuclear Fuel l Fuel Cycles l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry

Lecture 68 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactor l Energy production by nuclear fission 7:41
Lecture 69 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Neutron moderation 6:9
Lecture 70 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Nuclear fuel 8:17
Lecture 71 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Fuel elements 9:11
Lecture 72 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Nuclear fuel and fuel cycles I 7:39
Lecture 73 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Nuclear fuel and fuel cycles II 6:56
Lecture 74 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Nuclear fuel and fuel cycles III 5:45
Lecture 75 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors Nuclear l Reprocessing the used fuel elements 8:22
Lecture 76 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Type of the nuclear reactors 10:5
Lecture 77 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Thermal power reactors 8:24
Lecture 78 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Reactor kinetics 8:56
Lecture 79 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Radioactive waste 11:33
Lecture 80 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Reactor safety 10:25
Lecture 81 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Controlled thermonuclear reactors 11:41
Lecture 82 Nuclear energy l Nuclear reactors l Nuclear explosives 7:17

Section 8 : Radionuclides l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Cosmogenic l Primordial l Radioactive Decay

Lecture 83 What are Radionuclides l Cosmogenic l primordial radionuclides 10:5
Lecture 84 What are Elements in the natural radioactive decay series 5:43
Lecture 85 Radionuclides in nature l Transuranic elements in nature 9:44
Lecture 86 Radium and radon in the environment 3:56
Lecture 87 How to determine Age from radioactive decay 7:44
Lecture 88 What are Radionuclides l Best Chemistry Classes 11:37

Section 9 : Radio analysis l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Neutron Activation Analysis

Lecture 89 Radio Analysis l Introduction to radio analysis l Nuclear Chemistry 10:8
Lecture 90 Radio Analysis l Neutron Activation Analysis NAA l Best Chemistry Classes 9:27
Lecture 91 Radio Analysis l Activation by other ways 7:44
Lecture 92 Radio Analysis l Unique features of activation analysis 10:35
Lecture 93 Radio Analysis l Isotope Dilution Analysis 8:11
Lecture 94 Radio Analysis l Other analytical application 7:55

Section 10 : Mossbauer Spectroscopy l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Spectroscopy l Mossbauer Effect

Lecture 95 Mössbauer spectroscopy l Nuclear Chemistry l Radio Chemistry l Chemistry
Lecture 96 Mössbauer spectroscopy l Principles of the method l Best Chemistry Classes 7:42
Lecture 97 Mössbauer spectroscopy l Mössbauer effect l Radio Chemistry 9:1
Lecture 98 Mössbauer spectroscopy l Overview of hyperfine interactions 9:31
Lecture 99 Mössbauer spectroscopy l Isomer shift l electric quadrupole splitting 10:9
Lecture 100 Mössbauer spectroscopy l Hyperfine magnetic field splitting l Nuclear Chemistry 10:53
Lecture 101 Mössbauer spectroscopy l Exotic measurable quantities 8:35