Charged-particle transport in the condensed phase.

Abstract

Traditionally, studies of the biological effects of ionizing radiation have rested on the triumvirate: (gas-phase) radiation physics, biophysical modeling, and radiation biology. Two technical developments, the advent of supercomputing as a routine tool in quantum solid-state material science and molecular dynamics on the one hand, and molecular biology on… (More)

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