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  • Nuclear dimension, constituent particles, mass, magnetic moment, electric moment, nuclear shape, nuclear binding energy and stability.
  • Structure of the nucleus: liquid drop and nuclear shell model.
  • Interaction of charged particles (like alpha, beta, heavy ions etc.) and photons with material media, their energy loss characteristics.
  • Different nuclear detectors like gas ionization chamber, proportional counter, G-M counter, solid-state surface barrier detectors, scintillation counter with photomultiplier tube.
  • Basic concepts of nuclear electronics associated with these detectors for data acquisition, Application of nuclear detectors in science and technology.
  • Q-value and a classical approach of compound nucleus formation as a possible mechanism of nuclear reaction, Different examples of nuclear reactions, Energy release in nuclear fission and fusion reactions.
  • Fission reactor- Nuclear chain reaction, critical size, reproduction factor, design of a power reactor with fuel core, moderator, reflector, coolant, control, safety and nuclear breeding process.
  • Fusion reactor- Lawson criteria, heating of plasma, confinement of plasma in magnetic mirror and tokamak, basic concepts of plasma instabilities, generation of nuclear power and future challenges.
  • Laws of radioactivity, decay constant, half life, mean life, activity, Geiger-Nuttal law, theory of successive transformation, radioactive equilibrium, radioactive dating methods and accelerator mass spectrometry in geology and archeology.
  • Analytical process based on nuclear techniques- Rutherford back scattering spectrometry, time of flight spectrometry, nuclear reaction analysis, neutron activation analysis for detailed composition and trace element analysis of various materials.