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Radiation Physics and Chemistry

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Radiation Physics and Chemistry is a multidisciplinary journal that provides a medium for publication of substantial and original papers, reviews, and short communications which focus on research and developments involving ionizing radiation in radiation physics, radiation chemistry and radiation processing.

The journal aims to publish papers with significance to an international audience, containing substantial novelty and scientific impact. The Editors reserve the rights to reject, with or without external review, papers that do not meet these criteria. This could include papers that are very similar to previous publications, only with changed target substrates, employed materials, analyzed sites and experimental methods, report results without presenting new insights and/or hypothesis testing, or do not focus on the radiation effects.

A fuller though not exhaustive list of topics that are considered for publication include: Radiation PhysicsFundamental processes in radiation physics• Interaction mechanisms for example scattering and absorption of photon and particle radiations• Attenuation coefficients• X-ray fluorescence• Cherenkov effect• Polarization• Effects of periodic structures (Bragg diffraction, channelling, parametric x-radiation, etc)• Mathematical methods in radiation physics, reference data

Radiation sources and detectors• Accelerator and radionuclide spectra and other properties• Radiation fields from point and extended sources• Detector response functions• Basic physics of Dosimetry• Radiation transport• Buildup factors

Radiation Chemistry• Ionizing radiation induced ionic and radical reactions• Kinetics and mechanism of radiolysis reactions• Pulse radiolysis technique and measurements• Nanoparticle production by ionizing radiation• Radiation induced chain reactions, polymerization• Irradiation effects on polymers• Dose and dose rate effects• LET effects on chemical reactions• Pollutant removal by ionizing radiation• Computational models on radiation chemical reactionsPapers on photochemistry, microwave chemistry and thermochemistry are believed to belong to the scope of RPC only if they have strong relevance to radiation chemistry. EPR papers will only be considered for publication when the method is used for clarifying radiation chemical processes, e.g. by determining the nature of the transient intermediates. Radiochemistry papers such as tracer technique, radon or other radionuclide measurements, isotopic constitutions fall outside the scope of the journal.Radiation ProcessingRadiation Sterilization• Microbiology• Toxicology• Biocompatibility• ValidationFood irradiation• Microbiological quality• Chemical effects• Nutrition• Detection induced radioactivityPolymers• Synthesis• Polymerization• Curing• Grafting• Crosslinking• Degradation• CompositesEnvironmental• Effluent gas• Waste water• Water purification• Toxin reduction• Sludge• Recycling of wastesRadiation effects• Semiconductors• Gemstones• Crystals• CeramicsDosimetry and process control• Dosimeter systems• Analytical instrumentation• Environmental influence• Measurement uncertaintyRadiation sources and facilities for radiation processing• Electron Accelerators• Gamma and x-ray facilities• Safety issues• Transport of radioisotopes


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