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New Insights on Gamma Rays

Edited by Ahmed M. Maghraby

National Institute of Standards

Gamma radiation has been discovered since more than a century and contributed in many achievements in human life. Continuous developments make it necessary to have more understandings and more discussions about well-established concepts as well as newly implemented hypothesis and applications of gamma rays. This book presents new visions of gamma ray spectrometry and applications. I hope this book can present part of the useful applications of gamma rays.

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New Insights on Gamma RaysEdited by Ahmed M. Maghraby

Published: May 24th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/62969

ISBN: 978-953-51-3162-5

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3161-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4826-5

Copyright year: 2017

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15204 Total Chapter Downloads

12 Crossref Citations

14 Web of Science Citations

20 Dimensions Citations


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1. Gamma-Ray Spectrometry and the Investigation of Environmental and Food Samples

By Markus R. Zehringer


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2. Dead Time in the Gamma‐Ray Spectrometry

By Salih Mustafa Karabıdak


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3. Pseudo-gamma Spectrometry in Plastic Scintillators

By Matthieu Hamel and Frédérick Carrel


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4. Gamma Rays from Space

By Carlos Navia and Marcel Nogueira de Oliveira


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5. Extragalactic Gamma‐Ray Background

By Houdun Zeng and Li Zhang


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6. Applications of Ionizing Radiation in Mutation Breeding

By Özge Çelik and Çimen Atak


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7. Neutron-Stimulated Gamma Ray Analysis of Soil

By Aleksandr Kavetskiy, Galina Yakubova, Stephen A. Prior and Henry Allen Torbert


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8. Effects of Gamma Radiation on Essential Oils: A Review

By Clináscia Rodrigues Rocha Araújo, Geone Maia Corrêa, Viviane Gomes da Costa Abreu, Thiago de Melo Silva, Aura María Blandón Osorio, Patrícia Machado de Oliveira and Antônio Flávio de Carvalho Alcântara


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9. Gamma Rays’ Effect on Food Allergen Protein

By Marcia Nalesso Costa Harder and Valter Arthur


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