Special Issue "Radioisotopes in Applied Sciences"
A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2019).
2. ENEA—Italian National Institute of Ionizing Radiation Metrology (INMRI), Casaccia Research Centre, Via Anguillarese 301, I-00123 Roma, Italy
Interests: Radionuclide Metrology; Nuclear Medicine; Radiation Physics; Nuclear Physics; Neutron reactions for radioisotopes production; Detectors of Ionizing Radiations
Radioisotopes have a lot of scientific and technological applications due to their radioactivity and the energy released in form of radiation. Some of them are primordial, others are produced by natural processes (cosmic radiation) or by technology (accelerators, generators, nuclear fission reactors). Radioactivity measurements are performed by specific detectors, developped and used also for nuclear and particles physics and nuclear engineering, and particular techniques specially developed and applied in radionuclides metrology. Far-different fields, such as medicine, safeguards, nuclear energy, cosmology, etc, make use of radioisotopes requiring increasingly performing technologies. This Special Issue aims to indentify and review radioisotopes applications in many topics of science and technology focusing the attention on the fields of activity measurements, radiation physics, radioisotopes production methods, detectors and nuclear medicine.
Dr. Marco Capogni
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- Radioactivity and Radiation Physics
- Nuclear and Particles Detectors
- Radionuclide Metrology
- Radioisotopes production methods
- Radioisotopes in Nuclear Medicine