2 edition of physical principles of nuclear radiation measurements found in the catalog.
physical principles of nuclear radiation measurements
|Statement||by Ervin Fenyves and Otto Haiman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||590|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fenyves, Ervin J. Physical principles of nuclear radiation measurements. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ervin J Fenyves; O Haiman.
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(From Perez CA, Brady LW: Principles and practice of radiation oncology, ed 2, Philadelphia,JB Lippincott, p ) The electrons are bound to the protons in the nucleus by the attractive electromagnetic force; therefore, the inner K orbit electrons are bound most tightly because they are closest.
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Destructive Measurements: -Part III. A. Radiation: Radiation and photon scattering --Part III. B. Energy Measurements: Ionizing EM Radiation • EM radiation with wavelengths shorter than nanometers can remove electrons from the outer atomic shells.
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