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radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solutions.

A. O. Allen

radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solutions.

by A. O. Allen

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Published by Van Nostrand in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radiation chemistry.,
  • Water.,
  • Solution (Chemistry)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD603.H1 A4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination204 p.
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5830476M
    LC Control Number61019784

    The book targets rather beginning or young professionals in radiation chemistry, processing, biology, and medicine, among others, but also introduces the state of the art of the relevant fields. This volume also helps readers to understand the fundamentals of radiation chemistry, physics, and biology that underlie the miscellaneous applications. Radiation chemistry is a subdivision of nuclear chemistry which is the study of the chemical effects of radiation on matter; this is very different from radiochemistry as no radioactivity needs to be present in the material which is being chemically changed by the radiation. An example is the conversion of water into hydrogen gas and hydrogen peroxide.

    The data on radiolytic transformations of ions of uranium, neptunium, plutonium, americium, curium and transcurium elements in aqueous solutions are generalised. The results of studies on the kinetics of fast reactions of these ions with primary products of water radiolysis (hydrated electron e - aq, H, OH, and O - radicals and H 2 O 2), many Cited by: Radiation Chemistry of Oxygenated Aqueous Solutions. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry Vol. (Volume publication date October ) Radiation Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions E J Hart Annual Review of Nuclear Science. collapse. Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond: Nanoscale Sensors for Physics and Biology Cited by:

    Radiation Chemistry of Aqueous Solutions of Hydrazine and Ammonia up to °C Authors: G. V. Buxton, D. A. Lynch, C. R. Stuart Source: Water chemistry of nuclear reactor systems 7, . The CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (HBCP) contains over tables in over documents which may be divided into several pages, all categorised into 17 major subject areas. The search on this page works by searching the content of each page individually, much like any web search.


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Radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solutions by A. O. Allen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Radiation Chemistry of Water and Aqueous Solutions Hardcover – January 1, by Augustine O. Allen (Author)Cited by:   The Radiation Chemistry of Water tackles radiation-induced changes in water and explains the behavior of irradiated water, with some changes in aqueous solutions.

This book deals primarily with short-lived species like the hydroxyl radical, hydrated electron, and hydrogen atom, which cause the chemical changes in irradiated water and aqueous Edition: 1.

The radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solutions Unknown Binding – January 1, by A. O Allen (Author)5/5(2). : Radiation Chemistry of Water and Aqueous Solutions () by Allen, Augustine O.

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(Augustine O.) View full catalog record. Abstract Radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solutions has been intensively studied for many years, over the past century since the discovery of radiation. Relevant to the various application. Significance of the ‘Equivalent Redox Potential’ in Aqueous Solutions Under Ionizing Radiation.

Nature(), DOI: /a0. Joshua Jortner, Gabriel Stein. Hydrogen isotope effects in the photo- and radiation chemistry of aqueous by: Radiation chemistry of water in dilute solutions reduces essentially to the chemistry of three intermediates e, OH and Haq −• •.

The yield of radiolytic decomposition of organic molecules is largely determined by the relation between the first excitation energy andFile Size: KB. Abstract This chapter describes the detail of radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solution.

Aqueous solution of less concentration can be attributed as water solvent and solute. Water is, in a sense, one of the most important material, constituting coolant of Author: Yosuke Katsumura, Hisaaki Kudo. Other chapters consider the radiation chemistry of water and aqueous systems that is important to organic radiation chemistry.

This 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 aspects of the use of radiation sources in industry.

This book is a valuable resource for radiation Edition: 1. Radiation chemical studies of aqueous solutions of hydrazine up to °C Authors: G. Buxton, C. Stuart Source: Water chemistry of nuclear reactor systems 6, 1 Jan (1: –).

Radiation Chemistry of Carbohydrates is a five-chapter book that deals with the detailed analysis of experimental data on the radiation chemistry of carbohydrates.

After introducing the focus of the study, this book discusses the radiation chemistry of water and aqueous solutions. CONTENTS I. Introduction II. Main stages in the development of theories of radiochemical processes in aqueous solutions III.

The concept of radicals as intermediate products in the radiolysis of water IV. Ionised and excited water molecules in radiochemical reactions of dissolved substances Cited by: 2.

Abstract. Water radiolysis generates approximately equal numbers of highly reactive reducing (e aq-and H) and oxidising species (OH), thus providing chemists with a powerful tool for generating in aqueous solution a host of inorgainc and organic free redicals and unusual oxidation states of many metal ions.

This review focusses attention on two features of water radiolysis which are of major Cited by: B.J. Parsons, in Sterilisation of Biomaterials and Medical Devices, Sterilisation of aqueous solutions of proteins and enzymes: reactions of free radicals with proteins.

The radiation chemistry of amino acids, peptides, proteins and enzymes has been the subject of several reviews (Garrison,; Klapper and Faraggi, ; Schaich, ; von Sonntag, ; Saha et al., Radiation chemistry of different classes of inorganic (water and aqueous solutions, inorganic solids, ionic liquids (ILs)) and organic substances (hydrocarbons, halogenated compounds, polymers, and biomolecules) is discussed in concise form together with theoretical and experimental backgrounds.

The second section focuses on radiation-induced radical reactions in water and aqueous solutions using low and high linear energy transfer (LET) irradiation at ambient and high temperatures, and high pressures. Relevant examples include radical reactions initiated by primary and secondary radicals from water radiolysis with a variety of Size: KB.

Fortunately, the effects of ionizing radiation on water and aqueous nitric acid solutions are well known. Values for the yields of the major more» radiolytically produced reactive species that could conceivably react with americium, and their rate coefficients, are available for use in radiation chemical by: 4.

Radiation chemistry of dilute aqueous solutions of thallous ion. Formation of colloidal thallium and its catalysis of the reduction of water by (CH 3) 2 ĊOH and CH 3 ĊHOH radicals G. V. Buxton, T. Rhodes and R. M. Sellers, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans.

1,78, Rate constants for the reactions of e and ˙OH with NH and NH in liquid water up to °C have been measured by pulse radiolysis. Linear Arrhenius plots for the reactions of e gave (20 °C)= 10 and × 10 dm mol s, and = and kJ mol, respectively. H is .Radiation Chemistry Page 3 of 19 “Principles of Radiation Interactions” The electron is captured by water through dipolar interactions, becoming solvated, and referred to as an aqueous electronor a solvated electron: e¯ + H2O → surrounded by a “cage” of water.