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n. - Molecular disintegration resulting from nuclear decay

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  • The surface-bounded atmosphere forms through radiolysis, the dissociation of molecules through radiation.
  • Thus, Chapter 1 covers thermal degradation, Chapter 2 radiolysis initiated by high-energy radiation such as X - and y-radiation and electrons,
  • There is also the monitoring of the air and water in order to prevent radiolysis (the dissociation of molecules) so that hydrogen gas will not escape, threatening explosion.
  • A warning comes up on the editor when you save the full article if you're near this size limit nuclear chemistry you wrote that you had read that it is thought that hydrogen... for more
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