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Condensed matter systems exposed to radiation: multiscale theory, simulations, and experiment

Andrey Solov'Yov
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Alexey Verkhovtsev
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Nigel Mason
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Richard Amos
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Ilko Bald
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Brendan Dromey
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Martin Falk
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Juraj Fedor
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Luca Gerhards
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Michael Hausmann
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Georg Hildenbrand
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Miloš Hrabovský
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Stanislav Kadlec
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Jaroslav Kočišek
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Franck Lépine
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Siyi Ming
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Andrew Nisbet
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Kate Ricketts
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Leo Sala
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Thomas Schlathölter
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Andrew Wheatley
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Ilia Solov'Yov
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Abstract

This paper reviews the new highly interdisciplinary research field studying the behavior of condensed matter systems exposed to radiation. The paper highlights several relevant examples of recent advances in the field and provides a roadmap for the development of the field in the next decade. Condensed matter systems exposed to radiation may have very different natures, being inorganic, organic or biological, finite or infinite, be composed of many different molecular species or materials, existing in different phases (solid, liquid, gaseous or plasma) and operating under different thermodynamic conditions. The essential and novel element of this research is that, despite the vast diversity of such systems, many of the key phenomena related to the behavior of irradiated systems (such as radiation-induced damage, mechanisms of damage repair and control, radiation protection, etc.) are very similar and can be understood based on the same fundamental theoretical principles and computational approaches. One of the essential features of the aforementioned phenomena concerns their multiscale nature as the manifestation of the radiation-induced effects occurring at different spatial and temporal scales ranging from the atomic to the macroscopic. The multiscale nature of the effects and similarity of their manifestation in systems of different origins necessarily brings together different disciplines, such as physics, chemistry, biology, materials and nano-science, and biomedical research, demonstrating numerous interlinks and commonalities between them. This research field is highly relevant to many novel and emerging technologies and medical applications.
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cea-04337415 , version 1 (17-07-2024)

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Andrey Solov'Yov, Alexey Verkhovtsev, Nigel Mason, Richard Amos, Ilko Bald, et al.. Condensed matter systems exposed to radiation: multiscale theory, simulations, and experiment. Chemical Reviews, 2023, 124 (13), pp.8014-8129. ⟨10.1021/acs.chemrev.3c00902⟩. ⟨cea-04337415⟩
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