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    Materials in Nuclear Applications

    Committee E-10 , Committee D-9 , Committee D-20 , Committee C-21
    Published: 1960

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    Thirty papers cover Radiation Effects and Dosimetry, Post Irradiation Effects in Polymers, Industrial Water for Reactor Use and Ceramics in Nuclear Energy

    Table of Contents




    The Radiochemical Determination of Uranium Burnup

    Recent Developments in Gamma Ray Dosimetry

    Techniques for Measuring Reactor Neutron Spectra

    Reactor Monitoring by Calorimetry

    Removal Dose for Monitoring Effects of X-Rays and Gamma Rays

    Dosimetry Nomenclature in the United States

    Dosimetry in Europe and the USSR

    Effects of Gamma Radiation on Some Electrical Properties of TFE-Fluorocarbon Plastics

    Standardization of Terminology for Gamma and Electron Beam Radiation Sources

    Atomistic Interpretation of Radiation Effects in Metals

    Irradiation of Some Pressure-Vessel Steels

    Neutron Radiation Embrittlement at 500 and 650 F of Reactor Pressurf Vessel Steels

    Dynamic Radiation Effects Testing Methods

    Radiation Effects in Steel

    The Significance to ASTM of Postirradiation Effects in Irradiated Materials

    Electron Spin Resonance Studies of Free Radicals in Irradiated Materials

    Postirradiation Oxidation and Molecular Weight Changes in Polystyrene and Poly(Methyl Methacrylate)

    Postirradiation Dielectric Properties of Silicones

    Postirradiation Effects: Monomers and Polymers

    Disposal of Industrial Radioactive Waste Waters at Hanford

    Determination of Radioactive Materials in Water

    Some Refractory Uranium Compounds Preparation and Properties

    Dry Pressing Ceramic Fuel Elements to Close Tolerances

    Fabrication and Evaluation of Urania-Alumina Fuel Elements and Boron Carbide Burnable Poison Elements

    Silicon Carbide Clad Graphite Matrix Fuel Elements

    Graphite as a Fuel Matrix

    Fabrication of U3O8 - Aluminum Dispersion Fuel Elements by Extrusion

    Committee: E10

    DOI: 10.1520/STP276-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5672-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-5671-5

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