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Research and Markets: Radiation Processes In Crystal Solid Solutions: Two Classes of Crystal Solids Under Irradiation by Various Types of Radiation

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Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/98n3h8/radiation) has announced the addition of the "Radiation Processes In Crystal Solid Solutions" book to their offering.

Radiation Processes In Crystal Solid Solutions is a monograph explaining processes occurring in two classes of crystal solids (metal alloys and doped alkali halide) under irradiation by various types of radiation (alpha, beta, gamma, X-radiations, ions). While metal alloys may differ in high radiation stability, solid solutions based on alkali halides are very radiation-sensitive materials. Radiation defect production mechanisms, intrinsic and extrinsic radiation defects, a role of complexes an impurity-radiation defect which explain distinction in radiating stability of the specified classes of solid solutions are discussed in this e-book. To describe radiation induced phase transformations, two approaches are highlighted: kinetic and thermodynamic. This e-book also includes research on the effect of small radiation doses in a structurally solid phase state of a solution along with a semi-quantitative estimation of radiation effects with respect to temperature changes. This e-book should be a useful reference for advanced readers interested in the physics of radiation and solid state physics.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Kinds and Properties of Radiation: Lattice Defects in Metals and Alkali Halides

1.1. KINDS AND PROPERTIES OF RADIATION

1.2. STRUCTURE AND DEFECTS OF CRYSTAL LATTICE

2. Intrinsic Radiation Defects and their Production Mechanisms

2.1. METALS

2.2. ALKALI HALIDE CRYSTALS

3. Impurity Radiation Defects

3.1. METALS

3.2. ALKALI HALIDE CRYSTALS

4. Effect of Impurities on the Radiation Defect Formation

4.1. METALS

4.2. ALKALI HALIDE CRYSTALS

5. Diffusion Under Irradiation

5.1. EXPERIMENTAL DATA FOR METALS

5.2. BALLISTIC DIFFUSION MECHANISM

5.3. POINT DEFECT DIFFUSION MECHANISM

5.4. DI-VACANCY DIFFUSION MECHANISM

5.5. DIFFUSION UNDER IMPLANTATION

5.6. INTERSTITIAL DIFFUSION MECHANISM

5.7. THE THERMODYNAMIC APPROACH TO DESCRIBE THE DIFFUSION DURING IRRADIATION

5.8. RESULTS FOR DIFFUSION IN IRRADIATED AHCS

5.9. RADIATION JOLTING

6. Decomposition of the Solid Solutions Under Irradiation

6.1. RADIATION-ENHANCED DECOMPOSITION

6.2. RADIATION-INDUCED DECOMPOSITION

6.3. EFFECT OF RADIATION ON THE SIZE OF PRECIPITATES

6.4. HOMOGENEOUS DECOMPOSITION

6.5. OTHER FEATURES OF RADIATION-STIMULATED DECOMPOSITION OF ALLOYS

7. Theoretical Estimates and Models of the Radiation Stability of Crystal Solid Solution

7.1. THEORETICAL ESTIMATES OF THE RADIATION STABILITY OF SOLID SOLUTIONS

7.2. RADIATION EFFECT ON THE SOLUBILITY

7.3. KINETIC MODELS OF RADIATION RESISTANCE OF THE SOLID SOLUTION

8. Radiation-Stimulated Segregation

8.1. EXPERIMENTAL DATA

8.2. MODELS OF RADIATION-STIMULATED SEGREGATION

9. Radiation-Induced Disordering and Amorphization

9.1. RADIATION-INDUCED ORDERING

9.2. RADIATION-INDUCED DISORDERING

9.3. BANERJEE-URBAN'S MODEL OF RADIATION-INDUCED DISORDERING

9.4. RADIATION-INDUCED AMORPHIZATION

9.5. CRITERIA OF RADIATION AMORPHIZATION

9.6. RADIATION-INDUCED PHASE TRANSFORMATION

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/98n3h8/radiation

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