[ RadSafe ] NAMP Webinar Invitation--Plutonium Chemistry
terryj at iit.edu
Fri Jun 15 22:23:01 CDT 2012
The third webinar in the Radioachemistry Series will occur on July 12. For more details see below:
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> Good afternoon,
> NAMP, in cooperation with the EPA and university partners, is pleased to invite you to attend the third webinar presentation as part of the Actinide Chemistry Series. Dr. Patricia Paviet-Hartmann, with the Idaho National Laboratory, will present Plutonium Chemistry – General Properties of Plutonium on Thursday, July 12, 2012, at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, 12:00 pm Central Time.
> This lecture will present the history and fundamental chemistry of plutonium, provide contemporary nuclear issues related to plutonium, describe plutonium in nature and in the nuclear fuel cycle, and discuss the biochemistry of plutonium. Please see attached for additional information
> Register free NOW to attend at: https://foodshield.connectsolutions.com/plutonium-event/event/event_info.html
> Visit the NAMP website at www.inl.gov/namp for more information about NAMP and the radiochemistry webinars. Please feel free to share with others who might be interested.
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