By James E. Martin(auth.)
A hugely sensible reference for overall healthiness physicists and different execs, addressing functional difficulties in radiation defense, this re-creation has been thoroughly revised, up-to-date and supplemented through such new sections as log-normal distribution and electronic radiography, in addition to new chapters on inner radiation dose and the environmental shipping of radionuclides.
Designed for readers with constrained in addition to simple technology backgrounds, the guide provides transparent, thorough and updated reasons of the elemental physics priceless. It offers an outline of the main discoveries in radiation physics, plus broad dialogue of radioactivity, together with assets and fabrics, in addition to calculational equipment for radiation publicity, accomplished appendices and greater than four hundred figures. The textual content attracts considerably on present source info to be had, that's cross-referenced to plain compendiums, offering decay schemes and emission energies for roughly a hundred of the commonest radionuclides encountered by means of practitioners. Excerpts from the Chart of the Nuclides, activation move sections, fission yields, fission-product chains, photon attenuation coefficients, and nuclear lots also are supplied. all through, the writer emphasizes utilized ideas and punctiliously illustrates all issues utilizing real-world examples in addition to exercises.
A much-needed operating source for well-being physicists and different radiation safeguard pros.
Chapter 1 Atoms and effort (pages 1–28):
Chapter 2 significant Discoveries in Radiation Physics (pages 29–78):
Chapter three Radioactive Transformation (pages 79–147):
Chapter four Interactions (pages 149–199):
Chapter five Nuclear Fission and its items (pages 201–254):
Chapter 6 evidently Occuring Radiation and Radioactivity (pages 255–303):
Chapter 7 Interactions of Radiation with topic (pages 305–365):
Chapter eight Radiation protective (pages 367–423):
Chapter nine inner Radiation Dose (pages 425–481):
Chapter 10 Environmental Dispersion (pages 483–522):
Chapter eleven Nuclear Criticality (pages 523–555):
Chapter 12 Radiation Detection and size (pages 557–590):
Chapter thirteen facts in Radiation Physics (pages 591–638):
Chapter 14 Neutrons (pages 639–674):
Chapter 15 X?rays (pages 675–735):
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