Applied Radiation Chemistry: Radiation Processing

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 22, 1993 - Science - 552 pages
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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Contents

Introduction
1
Sources and Characteristics
20
Interaction of Radiation with Matter
59
Radiation Dosimetry
90
Radmlysis Intermediates 126
165
Radiation Synthesis
211
Polymerization
272
Polymer Modification
341
Radiation Sterilization of Medical Products
392
Radiation Treatment of Food
419
Waste Management
456
Other Applications
490
Appendix
520
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Robert J. Woods and Alexei K. Pikaev are the authors of Applied Radiation Chemistry: Radiation Processing, published by Wiley.

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