Mr Bryan Tee Pi-Ern

Mr Bryan Tee Pi-Ern
PhD student
Department of Nuclear Physics
Office phone
Nuclear Physics 2 36

Auger electrons and X-rays from nuclear decay for medical isotopes

Following nuclear decay involving electron capture and/or internal conversion the  daughter atom will be ionised, resulting the emission of a cascade of X-rays and Auger electros. The project is aiming to develop a new model required for basic science and applications, including cancer treatment.

Dr Tibor Kibedi, Professor Andrew Stuchbery, Mr Bryan Tee Pi-Ern

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