Our TRIGA reactor is available for use in research, experiments, material irradiation, neutron activation analysis and training. UNEP has a wide range of research going on within the program.  Below you will find basic information on the laboratory equipment in use with the program:

  • 100 kW TRIGA Reactor
  • Reverse Electrode Coaxial Ge Detectors (REGe)
  • Broad Energy Germanium Detector (BEGe)
  • Liquid Scintillation Counter
  • Alpha Spectrometer
  • Custom built radiation detection capabilities
  • Radiochemistry Laboratories
  • Double beam temperature controlled UV-VIS (Cary 300)
  • Liquid Scintillation Counter
  • Metrohm 905 Titrando Potentiometric Titrator
  • TA Instruments TAM III Isothermal Titration Nanocalorimeter
  • High vacuum fluorination line (-100°C to 1000°C)
  • Atmosphere controlled box furnace (9 in. x 9 in. 25°C to 1100°C)
  • Atmosphere controlled tube furnace (included H2 gas. 25°C to 1400°C)
  • Atmosphere controlled tube furnace (25°C to 1100°C)
  • Memmert climate controlled chamber (25°C to 95°C at 20 to 95% relative humidity)

If you are looking for additional information on:

  • Medical isotope production or radiochemical separations, please contact Dr. Tara Mastren.
  • Electronics testing, nuclear safeguards, or radiation detection please contact Dr. Edward Cazalas.
  • Actinide compound synthesis (oxides, fluorides, etc.), nuclear forensics, or environmental sample processing, please contact Dr. Luther McDonald.