Radiotracer Studies of Interfaces
This volume presents a selection of examples illustrating the application of radiotracer studies for different types of interfaces. The value of radiotracer studies in fields such as food chemistry, corrosion of metals, neurochemistry, biology and catalysis is revealed. Separate chapters are devoted to the environmental problems connected with nuclear reactors and with the nuclear industry in general. The book also presents efforts to minimize and avoid the risk of radioactive contamination in the environment by describing new approaches to the problem.
Researchers, practitioners and students working in a wide variety of subject areas such as catalysis, electrochemistry, colloid science, corrosion science and biochemistry.