Hydrogen peroxide yields in water radiolysis by high-energy ion beams at constant LET

@inproceedings{WasselinTrupin2002HydrogenPY,
  title={Hydrogen peroxide yields in water radiolysis by high-energy ion beams at constant LET},
  author={V Wasselin-Trupin and G{\'e}rard Baldacchino and Serge Bouffard and Bernard Hickel},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract The radiolytic yields of hydrogen peroxide in aqueous solution irradiated with ion beams at constant linear energy transfer (LET) values ranging from 2.5 keV/μm (30 MeV protons) to 30 keV/μm (1140 MeV carbon ions) and with 137 Cs γ-rays, where the mean LET is 0.53 keV/μm, were determined. They are compared with those in the literature. The evolution of hydrogen peroxide yields is studied as a function of radical scavenger concentration. The radical-scavenging curves are discussed in… CONTINUE READING

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