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Interaction of Radiation with Solid - Radiation Damage of Materials

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W02OZ002 ZK 52P+26C
Garant předmětu:
František Černý
František Černý
Department of Physics

The course deals with processes occurring in the interaction of radiation with matter, detection and the effects of radiation on the structure and properties of solids.

•Types of rays.

•Models of rays interaction with solids and condensed matter - crystals.

•Breaking mechanism of energetic particles.

•Collision cascade.

•Ionization and Compton’s effect.

•Points and volume radiation damage.

•Influence of radiation damage on property of metals, insulators and semiconductor.

•Transmutation processing during irradiation.

•Ion implantation.

•Curing of radiation damage.

•Technical problems with measurements of radiation doses. Measurements of speed ion doses – conversion and direct measurements. Ray detectors and their application.

•Rays in machinery – technology of nuclear reactors, building of particles accelerators , defectoscopy.

Practice is focused on:

•the mathematical simulation of dopant distribution and point damage distribution in solids after irradiation

•measurements of ion dose and parameters of ion beam and electron beam.

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Study materials:

•Was G.S.: Fundamentals of Radiation Materials Science, Springer Verlag, 2007, pp. 827, ebook-ISBN: 978-3-540- 49472-0

•Wesch, W., Wendler, E.: Ion Beam Modification of Solids, Springer Series in Surface Sciences 61, Springer, 2016, pp. 534, ISSN 0931-5195. A book is currently being purchased. It will be available in the CTU library.

•Möller, W.: Fundamentals of Ion-Surface Interaction, Forschungszentrum Rossendorf;

•Stoller R.E., M. B. Toloczko, M.B., et al.: On the use of SRIM for computing radiation damage exposure, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B, 2013, vol. 310, p. 75-80. ISSN: 0168-583X

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