Applied Radiation Chemistry: Radiation Processing by Robert J. WoodsApplied Radiation Chemistry: Radiation Processing by Robert J. Woods

Applied Radiation Chemistry: Radiation Processing

byRobert J. Woods, Alexei K. Pikaev

Hardcover | November 22, 1993

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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.
Title:Applied Radiation Chemistry: Radiation ProcessingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:552 pages, 9.65 × 6.42 × 1.37 inPublished:November 22, 1993Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471544523

ISBN - 13:9780471544524

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Table of Contents

Radiation: Sources and Characteristics.

Interaction of Radiation with Matter.

Radiation Dosimetry.

Radiolysis Intermediates.

Selected Topics in Radiation Chemistry.

Radiation Synthesis.

Polymerization.

Polymer Modification.

Radiation Sterilization of Medical Products.

Radiation Treatment of Food.

Waste Management.

Other Applications.

Appendix.

Index.

From Our Editors

Since its infancy in the early 1960s, the use of radiation chemistry in commercial and industrial processes has been greeted with equal parts enthusiasm and controversy. Thirty years later, while much has changed in the technology of radiation chemistry, both the enthusiasm and the controversy have remained. Applied Radiation Chemistry takes a long hard look at the entire field of radiation processing: its history, the current state of technology, level of use, controversial applications, and promising developments. The only book of its kind, Applied Radiation Chemistry places as much emphasis on the chemical changes and principles that produce the observable results as it places on the techniques in question. This enables the reader to understand applications in chemical terms, rather than as a series of recipes. Full chapters are devoted to the processing of polymers and the sterilization of medical disposables, two applications currently in use worldwide. There is also an extensive discussion of the controversial subject of radiation treatment of food, includin