Proceedings of the Workshop on the Interface Between Radiation Chemistry and Radiation Physics; Held at Argonne National Laboratory, September 9-10, 1982
Description: This conference evolved out of an idea that originated Department of Energy contractor's meeting in Gettysburg to have a conference devoted to topics of interest to both radiation chemists and physicists in radiation research. Radiation chemists tend to operate in a time domain where chemical reactions can be observed and to deduce values from that data. Meanwhile, physicists naturally focus considerable attention on initial energy deposition events and perform calculations which should predict the same initial yields. Contributed papers and remarks have been grouped according to broad subjects.
Date: March 1983
Creator: Argonne National Laboratory
Item Type: Report
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