Applied Radiation and Isotopes
Applied Radiation and Isotopes
Beschreibung wissenschaftliche Fachzeitschrift
Fachgebiet Strahlenphysik
Sprache Englisch
Verlag Elsevier (USA)
Erstausgabe 1956
Erscheinungsweise monatlich
Chefredakteur David Bradley, Brian Zimmerman
Weblink Applied Radiation and Isotopes
ISSN 0969-8043

Applied Radiation and Isotopes ist eine wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift im Fachbereich Strahlenphysik.

In der Zeitschrift veröffentlichte Artikel stammen aus den Gebieten Strahlenmesstechnik, Radioanalytik, Radiochemie, Radioökologie und angewandte Strahlenphysik. Nicht angenommen werden Beiträge aus der Strahlenbiologie und solche, die ausschließlich Ergebnisse von Radioaktivitätsmessungen darstellen.

Die Zeitschrift wird seit 1956 vom Verlagshaus Elsevier herausgegeben. Mit einem Impact Factor von 1,008 (Stand 2007) zählt sie zu den renommiertesten Zeitschriften der Strahlenphysik. Die Auswahl der Artikel erfolgt im Peer-Review-Verfahren. Seit einigen Jahren sind alle veröffentlichten Artikel auch online erhältlich.

Siehe auch

  • Radiation Physics and Chemistry
  • Radiation Protection Dosimetry


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