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Radiation chemistry of organic compounds.

Albert John Swallow

Radiation chemistry of organic compounds.

by Albert John Swallow

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Published by Pergamon P .
Written in English


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SeriesInternational series of monographs on radiation effects in materials; vol.2
The Physical Object
Pagination380p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages380
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Open LibraryOL19973292M

PART II: Organic and Biological Chemistry. 21 Properties of Organic Compounds A. Color, Odor, and Physical State B. Solubility C. Combustion D. Functional Groups 22 Structures of Alkanes A. Structures of Alkanes B. Constitutional Isomers C. Cycloalkanes D. Haloalkanes 23 Reactions of Hydrocarbons technical report: selected abstracts of atomic energy project unclassified report literature in the field of radiation chemistry and bibliography of teh published literature. (papers noted up to march ). part 1. theory, interpretations, water and aqueous inorganic systems. part 2. organic compounds (including polymerisation reactions).

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As shown in Figure 8, the average person is exposed to background radiation, including cosmic rays from the sun and radon from uranium in the ground (see the Chemistry in Everyday Life feature on Radon Exposure); radiation from medical exposure, including CAT scans, radioisotope tests, X-rays, and so on; and small amounts of radiation from Author: OpenStax. The major kinds of spectroscopy used for structural analysis of organic compounds are listed in Table The range of frequencies of the absorbed radiation are shown, as well as the effect produced by the radiation and specific kind of information that is utilized in structural analysis.


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Radiation Effects in Materials, Volume 2: Radiation Chemistry of Organic Compounds provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of radiation chemistry of organic compounds.

This book reviews the published work on the radiation chemistry of organic compounds. Organized into nine chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the. Other chapters consider the radiation chemistry of water and aqueous systems that is important to organic radiation chemistry.

This Radiation chemistry of organic compounds. book discusses as well how radiation alters simple organic compounds, and how the response varies with the irradiation conditions and the presence of other substances. The final chapter deals with the economic Book Edition: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Swallow, A.J.

Radiation chemistry of organic compounds. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press, (OCoLC) “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.

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