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Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Physics is the study of the structure and properties of the atomic nucleus. At LTH research is directed towards ion-beam-based measurements, including the PIXE (proton-induced X-ray emission) method. Development is taking place in methods of measurement and optimization of ion optics. Applications can be found in geology, medicine, the environment and material modification. Research is also being carried out on aerosols (ultra-fine, airborne particles) in the atmosphere that affect the climate and our health

The Nuclear Physics research division , its researchers, projects, and publications in Lund University's research portal.

Link to the Nuclear Physics division's website