Physico-Chemical Methods for Investigating Mechanisms of Radiosensitization
Part of the NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 43)
We will examine the techniques most commonly used for the study of the physico-chemical properties of compounds which are important for application in radiosensitization experiments.
KeywordsPulse Radiolysis Surface Active Substance Water Radiolysis Deaerated Solution Conventional Analytical Method
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