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Institute of Nuclear Science Vinca
Department for Physical Chemistry

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StreetMike Petrovica Alasa 12-14 P.O.Box 522 
ZIP, City, State 11000 - Belgrade (Serbia) 
Phone+ 381 11 245 39 67 
Fax+ 381 11 444 72 07 
Emailemiljevi@vin.bg.ac.rs 
Webwww.vin.bg.ac.rs 
 Contact person

Dr. Nada Miljevic (Senior research scientist)
 Employees in RTD
11-50
 Activities in Research and Development

 RTD sectors:
» Air Pollution treatment     
» Water treatment     
» Waste management     
» Environment Pollution (Measuring, Health)     

 Area of expertise (keywords)
» Isotope separation
» the effects of isotopic substitution on the properties of liquids and mixtures
» isotopes effects in vapor pressure
» application of environmental isotopes in hydrogeological survey
» origin of contaminants and related areas.
 RTD Experiences

 RTD focus of organization
Application of environmental isotopes

 Description of RTD activities
Stable isotopes, authenticity, tritium, carbon-14, application of environmental isotopes, infrared spectroscopy.

 Experiences in international Programmes
The principal investigator1987-1990: Investigation of the geothermal aquifer characteristics of Surdulica basen, IAEA, no. 4852/RB1989-1991: Isotope effects in solutions, JF 833, NSF,American - Yugoslav Scientific and Technical Cooperation2004 -2005: Isotope age and composition of streamflow as indicators of groundwater sustainability, IAEA No.12889, CRP F3.30.152005-2006: Advanced Isotopic and Nuclear Techniques in Environmental Monitoring, IAEA, SCG/7/002, Isotope Methods for Management of Drinking Water Resources in Water Scarcity Areas, IAEA (RER 8012)

 Organisation is/was involved in projects funded by the following RTD programmes
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National RTD Programmes

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2005-11-01 / 2008-11-19