A Primer in Applied Radiation Physics

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World Scientific, 2000 - Science - 442 pages
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This book deals with the principal areas of activity in radiation physics. Although the basic descriptions of theory and practice are presented in a format which is suitable mainly as a revision text for undergraduate and postgraduate students, the book also serves as an introduction to the field which will be of interest to other informed workers. Detailed treatment is foregone in the interests of a comprehensive survey.

The book has evolved from lectures given in the University of London MSc course on radiation physics, and from undergraduate lectures given at Queen Mary and Westfield College. Industrial as well as medical aspects of the field are considered.

 

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Contents

SOURCES of RADlATlON
1
lNTERACTlONS of CHARGED PARTlCLES
49
lNTERACTlONS of PHOTONS
95
lNTERACTlONS of NEUTRONS
121
DETECTORS
153
MlCRODOSlMETRY and RADlATlON EFFECTS
201
DOSlMETRY
231
ACTlVATlON
271
RADlOTHERAPY
289
lMAGlNG
359
RADlATlON PROTECTlON
411
lNDEX
425
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