The lower valence conditions of radiophosphorus predominate in crystals of potassium chloride irradiated with 660 Mev protons for a total current of approximately 1012-1013 protons/cm2.
The oxidation of the radiophosphorus atoms during the isothermal annealing of the irradiated crystals proceeds in several steps and has the character of sequential reactions.
It is necessary to consider the chemical transformations of the radiophosphorus in the irradiated crystals as reactions of the radiophosphorus with the products of radiolysis and with the centers of disruption produced by the irradiation.
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Murin, A.N., Banasevich, S.N. & Bogdanov, R.V. An investigation of the chemical condition of radiophosphorus in crystals of potassium chloride irradiated with high-energy protons. Russ Chem Bull 10, 1334–1337 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00910104
- Chemical Condition
- Sequential Reaction