Applied Radiation Chemistry: Radiation Processing
Deals with radiation processing as a whole using a chemical perspective. Offers basic information on the procedures taking place and covers radiation dosimetry plus a wide range of actual and potential applications. Provides excellent coverage of radiation processing literature with bibliographies pertaining to key areas of radiation chemistry.
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Sources and Characteristics
Interaction of Radiation with Matter
Radmlysis Intermediates 126
Radiation Sterilization of Medical Products
Radiation Treatment of Food
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