Author(s): G. G. Bondarenko
Pages: 462 pp.
Format: 165 x 235 mm
The tutorial explains the physics of the interaction of high-energy radiation with matter, the nature and the patterns of radiation-induced processes in irradiated solids, such as the formation and the evolution of primary structural damages, the focusing of atomic collisions and the channeling of particles, the structural phase changes in alloys, transmutation effects, the polarization of dielectrics, swelling, radiation embrittlement and creep, ionic sputtering, radiation blistering etc. It also puts more focus on the creation of low activation materials, the technological application of materials’ radiation treatment and modification.
Designed for Bachelor, Master and PhD students and professionals in radiation physics, space physics, applied physics, material physics, nanomaterials and nanotechnology, solid-state electronics and vacuum electronics, nanoelectronics and environmental issues of radiation security.