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Review of Radiation Chemistry Papers Presented at the 2nd Geneva Conference

Report Number: AFOSR-TN-59-365
Author(s): Feng, P. Y.
Corporate Author: Illinois Inst. of Tech. Armour Research Foundation
Date of Publication: 1959
Pages: 41
Contract: AF 18(603)131
PB Number: PB145655
AD Number: AD0231085
Original AD Number: AD 231085

Abstract:
A review of the papers presented for oral presentation at the Radiation Chemistry sessions is presented including topics on elementary processes, detection of intermediates, irradiation facilities, aqueous systems, organic systems, polymers, catalysts, and reactions of hot atoms. It is hoped that the material condensed will serve as a source of general information to scientific workers in related fields as well as a convenient abstract for specialists in the field of radiation chemical research.

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