Changes in the IR Spectra of Drinking Water, Melt Water from Snow, and Heavy Water Irradiated by a Nanosecond Electron Beam
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The absorption spectra of drinking water, melt water from snow, and heavy water are studied during irradiation by a nanosecond electron beam. With repeated irradiation of water, a change in the absorption spectrum of the substance was observed. The analysis of water absorption spectra in the IR region shows differences between the absorption spectra of irradiated and nonirradiated water.
Keywordsnanosecond electron beam water absorption spectrum in the infrared region water conductivity
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