4 edition of Actions chimiques et biologiques des radiations found in the catalog.
Collection dirigée par M. Haïssinsky. v. 1-15.V. 5 has the English title:the chemical and biological action of radiations.Ceased publication with vol. 15, 1971.Text in English or French.Library has: ser.1-5.
|Statement||Masson et Cie [etc.]|
|Publishers||Masson et Cie [etc.]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Baxendale JH, Busi F eds 1982 The study of fast processes and transient species by electron pulse radiolysis.
Chimie des Radiations des Solutions Aqueuses: Aspects Actuels des Resultats Experimentaux. Burton M, Magee JL eds 1969—1976 Advances in radiation chemistry. Sonntag von C 2006 Free-radical-induced DNA damage and its repair. Ionizing radiation, however, may cause much more severe damage by breaking bonds or removing electrons in biological molecules, disrupting their structure and function.
Cite this chapter as: Dertinger H.
A VOIR, LES DEUX TYPES D'EFFETS : et A VOIR AUSSI :. GM counters cannot differentiate between radiation types, but the energy-compensated variants can measure dose and thus can be used as personal dosimeters.
In: Spotheim-Maurizot M, Mostafavi M, Douki T, Belloni J eds Radiation chemistry from basics to applications in material and life sciences. World Scientific, Singapore, pp 161—200• Kroh J 1989 ed Early developments in radiation chemistry.
1970 The Action of Radiation on Viruses. Although biological systems are sensitive to heat, a large amount of nonionizing radiation is necessary before dangerous levels are reached.