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Pulse Radiolysis & Ionic Liquids Laboratories

Dorodna 16, 03-195 Warsaw, Poland
ph.: (+48) 22 504 1384  fax: (+48) 22 811 1532
e-mail: pulslab@ichtj.pl

Pulse Radiolysis & Ionic Liquids Laboratories

Dorodna 16, 03-195 Warsaw, Poland
ph.: (+48) 22 504 1384  fax: (+48) 22 811 1532
e-mail: pulslab@ichtj.pl
INSTITUTE OF NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY

Centre of Radiation Research and Technology
INSTITUTE OF NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY

Centre of Radiation Research and Technology
 INSTRUMENTS - time-resolved
Linear Electron Accelerator (LAE 10) (Measurement Room)
(based on the 10 MeV electron linear accelerator LAE 10)
The Linear Electron accelerator LAE10 has been constructed at the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology (INCT) and was installed in 1999. The LAE 10 has been solely dedicated to pulse radiolysis experiments and related work in the field of radiation chemistry with the following nominal parameters: electron energy 10 MeV, pulse duration 4-10 ns and 100 ns, peak current 1A, beam power 0.2 kW and repetition rate 1, 12.5, 25 Hz and single pulse mode.  more...
The INCT laser flash photolysis system is based on the Nd:YAG SURLITE II laser (Continuum). The time duration of a laser pulse is 6 ns (FWHM). Currently, the system is capable of operating on the four lines: basic line 1064 nm with energy 670 mJ and three harmonic generated lines 532, 355 and 266nm with energies 315, 101, 83 mJ, respectively.  more...
BioLogic Science Instruments
Stopped-flow is a spectroscopic technique used for studying fast reaction mechanisms in solution over timescales of about 1ms up to 100’s seconds. In general, two reagents are rapidly mixed together and then ‘stopped’ in an observation cell. The sample cell is irradiated with (usually) monochromatic light and as the reaction proceeds the change in the recorded signal, usually a fluorescence signal or the absorbance at a specific wavelength, is recorded as a function of time.  more...
TIME / TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT SPECTROPHOTOMETRY
in preparation
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