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This book is essentially a collection of papers by a group of investigators attempting to evaluate the biological action and potentialities of neutrons. The first chapter by McDonald outlines the scope and purpose of the project. It points out that when atomic energy is applied industrially, one of the problems will be the protection of workers against the chief by-product "neutron bombardment." For those who wish to refresh their memories and perhaps modernize their concept of the various types of electromagnetic and subatomic-particulate radiation, chapter two is highly recommended.
Chapter three describes the technic involved in the production of neutrons
Neutron Effects on Animals.. Ann Intern Med. 1948;28:466. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-28-2-466
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