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Fundamentals of Radiation Chemistry

  • ID: 1761929
  • Book
  • 392 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This book describes the physical and chemical effects of radiation interaction with matter. Beginning with the physical basis for the absorption of charged particle radiations, Fundamentals of Radiation Chemistry provides a systematic account of the formation of products, including the nature and properties of intermediate species. Developed from first principles, the coverage of fundamentals and applications will appeal to an interdisciplinary audience of radiation physicists and radiation biologists. Only an undergraduate background in chemistry and physics is assumed as a prerequisite for the understanding of applications in research and industry.
  • Provides a working knowledge of radiation effects for students and non-experts
  • Stresses the role of the electron both as a radiation and as a reactant species
  • Contains clear diagrams of track models
  • Includes a chapter on applications
  • Written by an expert with more than thirty years of experience in a premiere research laboratory
  • Culled from the author's painstaking research of journals and other publications over several decades
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Introduction. Interaction of Radiation with Matter: Energy Transfer from Fast Charged Particles. Structure of Charged Particle Tracks in Condensed Media. Ionization and Excitation Phenomena. Radiation Chemistry of Gases. The Solvated Electron. Spur Theory of Radiation Chemical Yields: Diffusion and Stochastic Models. Electron Thermalization and Related Phenomena. Electron Escape: The Free-Ion Yield. Electron Mobility in Liquid Hydrocarbons. Radiation Chemical Applications in Science and Industry.
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Mozumder, A.
A. Mozumder held the position of Research Professor for over twenty years at a university operated research institute funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and a co-contributor of an article on radiation effects in the Encyclopedia Britannica. He has contributed full-length chapter articles to several books and has edited a special issue of Radiation Physics and Chemistry on early events.
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