Nuclear analytical techniques namely fission track technique using solid state nuclear track detector (SSNTD) and instrumental
neutron activation analysis (INAA) have been standardized and applied for quantification of low uranium concentrations in
liquid samples such as feed, elute and brine and solid sorbent samples respectively. The quantification of uranium is required
for its recovery study from seawater, which is one of the potential sources of uranium. The uranium concentration of a liquid
sample obtained by SSNTD method was compared with the other well established conventional techniques like ICP-MS, ICP-AES,
adsorptive stripping voltametry and alpha spectrometry. INAA was applied for uranium concentration determination in the radiation
grafted polyamidoxime sorbent samples.