Defects and Radiation Damage in Metals M.W. Thompson

ISBN: 9780521098656

Published: September 12th 1974

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442 pages


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Defects and Radiation Damage in Metals  by  M.W. Thompson

Defects and Radiation Damage in Metals by M.W. Thompson
September 12th 1974 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 442 pages | ISBN: 9780521098656 | 4.48 Mb

The study of radiation damage in solids generally has been stimulated by the technological demands of nuclear energy and space research. Professor Thompsons 1969 book discusses the basic atomic mechanisms which give rise to the main effects inducedMoreThe study of radiation damage in solids generally has been stimulated by the technological demands of nuclear energy and space research.

Professor Thompsons 1969 book discusses the basic atomic mechanisms which give rise to the main effects induced by radiation in metals, since it is in their relatively simple structures that the fundamental processes can be most easily identified. The first part of the book describes the nature of lattice defects in metal crystals. The presentation leads naturally into the discussion of radiation damage in the second part and recognises the important contribution that the study of irradiated metals has made to our general knowledge of defects.

The wide coverage of this book includes developments in our understanding of collision cascades, of the clustering of point defects and the behaviour of impurities induced by irradiation.



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