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Experientia

, Volume 1, Issue 9, pp 298–307 | Cite as

Über den gegenwärtigen Stand des Hauptproblems der Strahlenbiologie

Modellversuche zum Primäreffekt der biologischen Strahlenwirkung I
  • W. Minder
  • A. Liechti
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Summary

Two possibilities for the action of radiations on biological objects are still remaining: the effect by radiation-hits and the action by photochemical or radiochemical effects. By means of irradiating well-known chemical «model-substances» one may be able to decide between these two possibilities and to understand the biological primary effect of radiations.

Both of the theoretical perceptions are discussed and compared with the empirical facts. It is shown that in all well examinated cases of radiation effects upon biological elements or chemical systems, water or an other diluting is of essential importance. Radiation-energy is conducted from point of absorption to point of action by means of electronic transport or diffusion. Diffusion seems much more probable in biological systems.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Minder
    • 1
  • A. Liechti
    • 1
  1. 1.Bern

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