Early events in irradiated water. [5-keV electrons]

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We propose a model to continue following events from the initial energy deposition (<10/sup -15/ s) through later times at which liquid water can begin to respond chemically to the passage of radiation. We use a Monte Carlo code to calculate the spatial distributions of the chemical species present at times of about 10/sup -11/ s. This information provides the necessary input for diffusion-kinetic calculations to predict the subsequent chemical evolution of the system and measurable transient and steady-state yields. Calculations have been made of the correlations of the positions of various chemical species at 10/sup -11/ s, the distribution ... continued below

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Turner, J.E.; Magee, J.L.; Hamm, R.N.; Chatterjee, A.; Wright, H.A. & Ritchie, R.H. January 1, 1980.

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We propose a model to continue following events from the initial energy deposition (<10/sup -15/ s) through later times at which liquid water can begin to respond chemically to the passage of radiation. We use a Monte Carlo code to calculate the spatial distributions of the chemical species present at times of about 10/sup -11/ s. This information provides the necessary input for diffusion-kinetic calculations to predict the subsequent chemical evolution of the system and measurable transient and steady-state yields. Calculations have been made of the correlations of the positions of various chemical species at 10/sup -11/ s, the distribution of net charge in volume elements of various sizes, and g-values for various species. These results are presented for water irradiated by 5 keV electrons.

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  • 7. symposium on microdosimetry, Oxford, UK, 8 Sep 1980

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Turner, J.E.; Magee, J.L.; Hamm, R.N.; Chatterjee, A.; Wright, H.A. & Ritchie, R.H. Early events in irradiated water. [5-keV electrons], article, January 1, 1980; Tennessee. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1058744/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.