Archive for March, 2012

Nucleonica welcomes CERN users

March 15th, 2012

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Through an institutional license agreement, staff at the CERN has now full Premium access to the Nucleonica applications and features. CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is one of the world’s largest and most respected centres for scientific research. Its business is fundamental physics, finding out what the Universe is made of and how it works. At CERN, the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments are used to study the basic constituents of matter — the fundamental particles.

The Nucleonica team looks forward to a close interaction with the CERN colleagues and encourages a strong use of the web portal.

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Nucleonica welcomes TRIUMF (Canada) Users

March 13th, 2012

Through an institutional license agreement, staff at the TRIUMF – Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics – has now full Premium access to the Nucleonica applications and features. TRIUMF is one of the world’s leading subatomic physics laboratories. It brings together dedicated physicists and interdisciplinary talent, sophisticated technical resources, and commercial partners.
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The Nucleonica team looks forward to a close interaction with the TRIUMF colleagues and encourages a strong use of the web portal.

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New look Mass Activity Calculator

March 7th, 2012

We have just released a new version of the Mass Activity Calculator. Apart from cosmetic changes, two new tabs have been introduced: Options and Mixture details. In the Options tab the user can specify the distance from the source in the calculation of the gamma dose rate (default value is 100 cm). In the Mixture details tab, the user can now see the nuclide components and their masses, activities, etc. when a mixture is selected. Previously, one had to go to the Nuclide Mixture module to see this information.
MAC1 For further information see Mass Activity Calculator wiki page.

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