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Energetics and mechanisms in radiation biology
|Statement||edited by Glyn O. Phillips.|
|Contributions||Phillips, Glyn O., North Atlantic Treaty Organization.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||527|
The major book on radiation biology / radiation biophysics has been Hall's "Radiobiology for the Radiologist" now in it's 5th edition. It would be nice to have an alternative to this, particularly since that one is so weighted toward radiation oncology and radiology. Alpen's "Radiation Biophysics" (, 2nd ed.) tries to be a more general.
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Phillips, Glyn O. (ed.). London, Academic Press, Additional Journal Information: Other Information: From Conference on Energetics and Mechanisms in Radiation Biology, Portmeirion, Wales. See CONF Orig. - Applied Radiation and Isotopes, July 'This book is an excellent, readable account of a significant part of the scientific achievements of more than half this century.
The authors have dedicated the book to Nobel Laureate Glenn T. Seaborg and its scholarship makes it a fitting tribute.' - Radiological Protection Bulletin, December 1. Author(s): Phillips,Glyn O; NATO Advanced Study Institute,( Portmeirion) Title(s): Energetics and mechanisms in radiation biology; proceedings.
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