Nuclear Radiation Nanosensors And Nanosensory Systems by Paata J. KervalishviliNuclear Radiation Nanosensors And Nanosensory Systems by Paata J. Kervalishvili

Nuclear Radiation Nanosensors And Nanosensory Systems

byPaata J. KervalishviliEditorPanayotis H. Yannakopoulos

Paperback | April 12, 2016

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This collection of selected review papers focuses on topics such as digital radiation sensors and nanosensory systems for nanotechnology applications and integrated X-ray/PET/CT detectors; nanophosphors and nanocrystal quantum dots as X-ray radiation sensors; the luminescence efficiency of CdSe/ZnS QD and UV-induced luminescence efficiency distribution; investigations devoted to the quantum and multi-parametrical nature of disasters and the modeling thereof using quantum search and quantum query algorithms; sum-frequency-generation, IR fourier and raman spectroscopy methods; as well as investigations into the vibrational modes of viruses and other pathogenic microorganisms aimed at creating optical biosensory systems. This is followed by a review of radiation resistant semiconductor sensors and magnetic measurement instrumentation for magnetic diagnostics of high-tech fission and fusion set-ups and accelerators; the evaluation of the use of neutron-radiation, 10B-enriched semiconducting materials as thin-film, highly reliable, highly sensitive and fast-acting robust solid-state electronic neutron-detectors; and the irradiation of n-Si crystals with protons, which converts the "metallic" inclusions to "dielectric" ones in isochronous annealing, therefore leading to opto/micro/nanoelectronic devices, including nuclear radiation nanosensors.

The book concludes with a comparative study of the nitride and sulfide chemisorbed layers; a chemical model that describes the formation of such layers in hydrazine-sulfide and water sodium sulfide solution; and recent developments in the microwave-enhanced processing and microwave-assisted synthesis of nanoparticles and nanomaterials using Mn(OH)2.

Title:Nuclear Radiation Nanosensors And Nanosensory SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:200 pagesPublished:April 12, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401774722

ISBN - 13:9789401774727

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Table of Contents

Preface.- Acknowledgments.- Quantum Approach to Sensory Information Processing for Modeling of Disasters; P. Kervalishvili, M. Khachidze.- Digital radiation sensors and nanosensory systems; P. Yannakopoulos et al.- Sensors for magnetic fields measurement in high level of penetrating radiation in accelerators and new generation fusion reactors I. Bolshakova.- Formation and annealing of nano-sized atomic clusters in n-Si crystals irradiated with high-energy protons; T. Pagava, L. Chkhartishvili, M. Beridze.- Luminescence Efficiency of Cadmium Selenide/Zinc Sulfide (CdSe/ZnS) Quantum Dot Nanoparticle sensors under X-ray excitation; D. Nikolopoulos et al.- Nitride and sulfide chemisored layers as the surface passivants for A3B5semiconductors;V.L. Berkovits et al.- Efficiency of luminescence of (Lu,Gd)2SiO5:Ce (LGSO:Ce) crystal sensory material in the X-ray imaging range; C. Michail et al.- Microwave in environmental technologies and synthesis of nano-materials: The Georgian experience; P. Kervalishvili et al.- Microwave enhanced producing of high-purity metallic manganese and composite manganese baseconsitutd alloys; P. Kervalishvili et al.- From Chernobyl to Fukushima. The Environment is acting as a friend or an enemy?; D.N.Asimakopoulos.- Oscillation and optical properties of viruses and other pa

thogenic microorganisms: A review article; P. J. Kervalishvili, I.A. Gotsiridze.- Subject Index.- Author Index.