ion-solid interaction

ion-solid interaction

[′ī‚än ¦säl·əd ‚in·tər′ak·shən]
(solid-state physics)
An atomic process that occurs as a result of the collision of energetic ions, atoms, or molecules with condensed matter.
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The areas covered are actinides and nuclear energy; actinide chemistry; actinide physics and metallurgy; experimental instruments for actinide science; structural materials; ion-solid interactions and swift heavy ions; surfaces, interfaces, and nanomaterials,; nuclear cells; radiation effects; and theory, modeling, and simulation.