Basic mechanisms in the radiation chemistry of aqueous media.

Proceedings of a conference sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences National Research Council of the United States, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 1963. Co-editors: Alvin Glassner [and] Edwin J. Hart.
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Academic Press , New York
Radiochem
SeriesRadiation research
ContributionsHart, Edwin James,, National Research Council (U.S.)
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LC ClassificationsQD601 G53 1963
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Get this from a library. Basic mechanisms in the radiation chemistry of aqueous media: proceedings of a conference [at] Gatlinburg, Tennessee, May[Alvin Glassner; Edwin James Hart; National Research Council (U.S.)]. “Principles of Radiation Interactions” Initial Physical Events The initial event is the transfer of ~ 7 - eV, an amount of energy sufficient to cause (multiple) ionizations or excitations in water molecules.

Transfer of energy to the medium in biological systems usually involves ionization of a water molecule, but can also involve the cellular macromolecules (e.g., DNA). According to the mechanism of radiation chemistry in an aqueous solution, 28 the reactions occur consecutively as follows: 1) Ionization of the water molecules 5.

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significant role in the development of radiation chemistry and are described briefly in Chapter I, and by Hart (I), Allen (2), and Draganii: and Draganii: (31 and in the first edition ofthis book (4). From Conference on Basic Mechanisms in the Radiation Chemistry of Aqueous Media, Gatlinburg, Tenn., May Basic mechanisms involved in the radiation chemistry of proteins and nucleic acids are discussed.

Radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solutions has been intensively studied for many years, over the past century since the discovery of radiation. The book is ancient but it is very useful and interesting for students of doctoral studies of radiation chemistry (dosimetry, chemical evolutuion, polymer science, food irradiation, etc.).

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See all reviews from the United StatesCited by: Radiation chemistry traces its origin to the discovery of X-rays (Roentgen rays) by Wilhelm C. Röntgen in and of radioactivity by Antoine Henri Becquerel in X-rays and uranium salts were both shown to fog packed photographic films and theyFile Size: KB.

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Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United States5/5(2). This chapter provides an overview of the main principles that explain the chemical behavior of natural and unnatural environmental processes occurring in aqueous media. Chemical interactions in aqueous systems make up an important area of environmental chemistry, and the properties of water determine the behavior observed in solution.

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