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Nuclear Science and Techniques

《核技术》(英文版) ISSN 1001-8042 CN 31-1559/TL     2018 Impact factor 0.961
SYNCHROTRON TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

Development of X-ray dark-field imaging towards clinical application

Review of X-ray dark-field imaging under development is presented. Its goal is its application to clinical diagnosis of organs that have been invisible by the ordinary techniques. In order to clinica...

ANDO Masami, HASHIMOTO Eiko, HASHIZUME Hiroyuki, HYODO Kazuyuki, INOUE Hajime, ISHIKAWA Tetsuya, KUNISADA Toshiyuki, MAKSIMENKO Anton, PATTANASIRIWISAWA Wanwisa, RUBENSTEIN Edward, ROBERSON Joseph, SHIMAO Daisuke, SUGIYAMA Hiroshi, TAKEDA Ken, UENO Ei, WADA Hiroshi

2004, 15 (3): 129

NUCLEAR, HEAVY ION AND ATOMIC PHYSICS

Nano-manipulation of single DNA molecules

Nano-manipulation of single atoms and molecules is a critical technique in nanoscience and nanotechnology. This review paper will focus on the recent development of the manipulation of single DNA mol...

HU Jun, LÜ Jun-Hong, LI Hai-Kuo, AN Hong-Jie, WANG Guo-Hua, WANG Ying, LI Min -Qian, ZHANG Yi, LI Bin

2004, 15 (3): 140

LOW ENERGY ACCELERATOR, RAY TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

Surface bioactivity of plasma implanted silicon and amorphous carbon

Plasma immersion ion implantation and deposition (PIII&D) has been shown to be an effective technique to enhance the surface bioactivity of materials. In this paper, recent progress made in our labor...

Paul K CHU

2004, 15 (3): 144

LOW ENERGY ACCELERATOR, RAY TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

Wear mechanism and microstructures of Mo-implanted 4Cr5MoV1Si steel

Mo ions extracted from a metal vapor vacuum arc ion source (MEVVA) were implanted into 4Cr5MoV1Si(H13) steel samples with a high implantation dose of 5×1017cm-2 and a pulsed ion beam flux of about 3...

YANG Jian-Hua, ZHANG Tong-He

2004, 15 (3): 155

LOW ENERGY ACCELERATOR, RAY TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

Influence of angle’s ranges for recording an X-ray fluorescence hologram on reconstructed atomic images

X-ray fluorescence holography (XFH) is a novel method for three-dimensional (3D) imaging of atomic structure. Theoretically, in an XFH experiment, one has to measure the fluorescence energy on a sphe...

XIE Hong-Lan, CHEN Jian-Wen, GAO Hong-Yi, ZHU Hua-Feng, LI Ru-Xin, XU Zhi-Zhan

2004, 15 (3): 160

LOW ENERGY ACCELERATOR, RAY TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

Dose intercomparison studies for 60Co gamma-ray and electron beam irradiation in the year 2002

Dose inter-comparison studies for 60Co γ-ray and 10 MeV electron beam irradiation were carried out from July to October in 2002. The purpose of the studies was to check the reliability of the alanine...

LIN Min, Takuji KOJIMA, Zofia PEIMEL-STUGLIK, CHEN Yun-Dong, CUI Ying, CHEN Ke-Sheng, LI Hua-Zhi, XIAO Zhen-Hong, Slawomir FABISIAK

2004, 15 (3): 166

ADVANCED NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTATION AND DETECTION

Simulation calculation of 24kV long pulse TESLA modulator

A 24 kV long pulse modulator is designed for DESY’s TESLA Test Facility (TTF). This modulator, with a 120 kV, 1.7 ms width pulse output, is used to drive a Thomson TH1801 multibeam klystron. In order...

TAO Xiao-Ping, Stefan Choroba

2004, 15 (3): 174

ADVANCED NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTATION AND DETECTION

Possibility of rapidly reporting 226Ra activity in 226Ra-222Rn samples with unknown equilibrium factor by γ spectrometer

This paper reports the observed changes for equilibrium factors between 226Ra and 222Rn with sealing time of the samples. The samples include soil, raw coal, mineral water, cement, rock, etc. Especia...

SU Qiong, ZHENG Rui, CHEN Yong, CHENG Jian-Ping

2004, 15 (3): 177

MISCELLANEOUS

Utilization of spent PWR fuel-advanced nuclear fuel cycle of PWR/CANDU synergism

High neutron economy, on line refueling and channel design result in the unsurpassed fuel cycle flexibility and variety for CANDU reactors. According to the Chinese national conditions that China has...

HUO Xiao-Dong, XIE Zhong-Sheng

2004, 15 (3): 183

MISCELLANEOUS

Radiation-resistant bacteria and their application to metal and radionuclides bioremediation

Microorganisms have a number of applications in the nuclear industry, which would benefit from the use of radiation-resistant microorganisms. Environmentally isolated bacteria have shown to be resist...

WANG Jian-Long

2004, 15 (3): 188

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