Nuclear Radiation Nanosensors and Nanosensory Systems

Author(s): Paata J. Kervalishvili, Panayotis H. Yannakopoulos

Date: Format: PDF Language: English ISBN/ASIN: 9401774668
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This collection of selected review papers focuses on topics such as digital radiation sensors and nanosensory systems for nanotechnology applications and integrated X-ray/PET/CT detectors nanophosphors and nanocrystal quantum dots as X-ray radiation sensors the luminescence efficiency of CdSe/ZnS QD and UV-induced luminescence efficiency distribution investigations devoted to the quantum and multi-parametrical nature of disasters and the modeling thereof using quantum search and quantum query algorithms sum-frequency-generation, IR fourier and raman spectroscopy methods as well as investigations into the vibrational modes of viruses and other pathogenic microorganisms aimed at creating optical biosensory systems. This is followed by a review of radiation resistant semiconductor sensors and magnetic measurement instrumentation for magnetic diagnostics of high-tech fission and fusion set-ups and accelerators the evaluation of the use of neutron-radiation, 10B-enriched semiconducting materials as thin-film, highly reliable, highly sensitive and fast-acting robust solid-state electronic neutron-detectors and the irradiation of n-Si crystals with protons, which converts the metallic inclusions to dielectric ones in isochronous annealing, therefore leading to opto/micro/nanoelectronic devices, including nuclear radiation nanosensors.
The book concludes with a comparative study of the nitride and sulfide chemisorbed layers a chemical model that describes the formation of such layers in hydrazine-sulfide and water sodium sulfide solution and recent developments in the microwave-enhanced processing and microwave-assisted synthesis of nanoparticles and nanomaterials using Mn(OH)2.
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