Conference publications


XXIV conference

Radiation effects in materials: state-of-the-art and future outlook for glasses, polymer and biomaterials

Kavetskyy T.S., Khalilov R.I., Nasibova A.N., Stepanov A.L.

Baku State University, Tel: (+994)503213211 Institute of Radiation Problems of ANAS,

1 pp. (accepted)

A review of the state-of-the-art in systematic investigations of radiation effects in glasses, polymers and biomaterials is presented. Radiation-induced changes for glassy materials exemplified by chalcogenide glasses, caused by high-energy -irradiation, are considered from the atomic- and void-species organization viewpoint. In case of polymers, radiation-induced changes for polymethylmethacrylate based composite films, caused by low-energy boron and silver ion irradiation, are considered from the depth profiling of defects viewpoint. Some aspects of radiation-induced changes for biomaterials exemplified by plants grown on soils of Apsheron peninsula (Azerbaijan), caused by low-energy -irradiation, are considered from the accumulation of magnetic nanoparticles viewpoint. Future perspectives on the radiation effects in such type of materials are also discussed.

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