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Modern radiation chemistry (Applications), 18; Radiation chemistry at solid/water interfaces

Kumagai, Yuta  

Radiation effects on the mixtures of inorganic oxides and water have been investigated for understanding radiation chemistry in solid-liquid systems. A number of studies revealed that energy deposition on solid phase stimulates reactions at the interface. This energy/charge transfer has been demonstrated by experiments to affect early stage of the radiation-induced reaction. However, the interfacial reactions subsequent to the energy/charge transfer require further studies. Here, we will see gaps between the basic understanding on the early stage and radiation effects in solid-liquid systems connected to applications, taking zeolite/water and uranium oxide/water interfaces for examples. Understanding of the interfacial reactions subsequent to the energy/charge transfer would bridge the gaps and enable to predict the radiation effects in applications.



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