7 edition of Polymers, Phosphors, and Voltaics for Radioisotope Microbatteries found in the catalog.
June 19, 2002
Written in English
|Contributions||Kenneth E. Bower (Editor), Yuri A. Barbanel (Editor), Yuri G. Shreter (Editor), George W. Bohnert (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||504|
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Ionizing radiation includes ions (e.g., fission fragments and alpha particles), beta particles, gamma rays, x-rays, and neutrons. Radioisotopes emit ionizing radiation and are viewed as the primary power source for nuclear batteries. This chapter will explore Author: Mark Prelas, Matthew Boraas, Fernando De La Torre Aguilar, John-David Seelig, Modeste Tchakoua Tchou. The book presents: Radioisotope thin film actuated reciprocating microelectromechanical power generators that utilize low quantities of high energy density of radioisotope fuels to realize safe and compact long lifetime microbatteries,-3D silicon electronvoltaics and concepts for 3D betavoltaics that maximize the packing density of high energy. I found a book on Google, too expensive to buy (hundreds of bucks) but searchable to a limited extent. If you're feeling very rich, it is "Polymers, Phosphors, and Voltaics for Radioisotope Microbatteries" edited by Kenneth E. Bower, et al.
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