Livre:Radiation chemistry : From basics to applications in material and life sciences-pdf-Mélanie Spotheim-Maurizot, Mehran Mostafavi, Thierry Douki, Jacqueline Belloni

Livre:Radiation chemistry : From basics to applications in material and life sciences-pdf-Mélanie Spotheim-Maurizot, Mehran Mostafavi, Thierry Douki, Jacqueline Belloni

 

Livre:Radiation chemistry : From basics to applications in material and life sciences-pdf-Mélanie Spotheim-Maurizot, Mehran Mostafavi, Thierry Douki, Jacqueline Belloni

Présentation du livre  

Radiation chemistry is the chemistry initiated by the interaction of high-energy
photons and atomic particles with matter, so-called ionising radiation. As a method of generating free radicals for applications in general chemistry the most commonly used sources of ionising radiation are 60 Co G-rays, which are photons having energies of 1.17 and 1.33 MeV (1 eV = 1.6 × 10 −19 J), or fast electrons from an accelerator with energies typically in the range 2-20 MeV. The dose absorbed by the material is expressed in grays (1 Gy = 1 J kg –1 ) and the dose rate in Gy s –1 . In each case the result of the interaction of high energy particles with molecules is the ejection of a single electron, called a secondary electron which itself may have sufficient energy to cause further ionisations, but which rapidly (< 10 −12 s) reaches thermal equilibrium with the liquid and becomes trapped as a so-called solvated electron (e s– ).

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Chapter 1 An overview of the radiation chemistry of liquids

Chapter 2 Tools for radiolysis studies

Chapter 3 The solvated electron : a singular chemical species

Chapter 4 Water radiolysis under extreme conditions.
Application to the nuclear industry

Chapter 5 Molecular formation in the interstellar medium

Chapter 6 Water remediation by the electron beam treatment

Chapter 7 Metal clusters and nanomaterials

Chapter 8 Water radiolysis in cement-based materials

Chapter 9 Obtaining high performance polymeric materials by irradiation

Chapter 10 Radiosterilization of drugs

Chapter 11 Food irradiation: wholesomeness and treatment control .

Chapter 12 Radiation-induced damage to DNA : from model compounds to cell

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