4.4.3.3

4.4.3.3 Uses of nuclear radiation

4.4.3.3 Uses of nuclear radiation

Content

  1. Nuclear radiations are used in medicine for the:
    • exploration of internal organs
    • control or destruction of unwanted tissue.
    • Students should be able to:
    • describe and evaluate the uses of nuclear radiations for exploration of internal organs, and for control or destruction of unwanted tissue
    • evaluate the perceived risks of using nuclear radiations in relation to given data and consequences.


WS 1.4 Explain everyday and technological applications of science; evaluate associated personal, social, economic and environmental implications; and make decisions based on the evaluation of evidence and arguments.


WS 1.5 -Evaluate risks both in practical science and the wider societal context, including perception of risk in relation to data and consequences.


Resources

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Practicals

Practical

Demo:

Safety

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