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NIST Exhibits at IRaP 2016

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Credit: IRaP

The IRaP meetings started in 1994, in France, and since then have been organized in various countries on three continents. Although relatively young, the IRaP conference has established itself as an important forum for discussing the effects of Ionizing Radiations on polymers. During these biannual meetings, chemists, physicists, biologists, nuclear and material engineers and industrials working with gamma rays, electrons, ion beams and plasmas discuss new development in basic and applied radiation chemistry and physics of polymer systems, new trend in radiation processing of polymers, and emerging technologies.

NIST Booth #:  TBD

Created June 1, 2016, Updated August 2, 2016