Tag Archives: irradiation
Using controlled disorder to probe coexisting quantum orders in NbSe2 superconductor
Many pure elements and complex compounds become superconducting when their electrical resistance drops to zero below critical temperature, Tc. For more than a century, the race for higher Tc remains one of the most exciting topics in
The art to irradiate the Internal Mammary Nodes (IMN) in breast cancer patients
Radiation therapy (RT) has demonstrated strong clinical benefit in patients with breast conservative surgery or with radical mastectomy and who are at high risk for relapse. Unfortunately, this benefit was counterbalanced by an increased risk for death
Predictive modeling of ion track formation during irradiation
Radiation is common in nature such as during the decay of radioisotopes in minerals and in space (cosmic radiation), but also in man-made environments, like fusion and fission reactors, nuclear waste disposal facilities, medical imaging and treatment.