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Future perspectives of radiation chemistry

Hatano, Yoshihiko

From our recent surveys of the research fields of charged particle and photon interactions with matter, we have obtained the important information on future problems needing more work in these research fields and also on ideas how to activate further scientifically radiation chemistry. The important points to be discussed in this talk, therefore, from the entitled views are, (1) Important core-parts of radiation chemistry should be activated further more, which will not result in producing the community isolated from others. (2) Research fields of physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, and technology in radiation research should interact more scientifically among them with each other. (3) Basic research should interact more with applied research to create overlapped specific areas between them. (4) Interface research fields with radiation chemistry should be produced more with mutually common viewpoints between the two of the ionization and excitation of molecules in matter.



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