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Nakai Yohta

ナカイ ヨウタ | Nakai Yohta
Affiliation and department:
Job title: 教授
Research keywords  (2): Radiation ,  放射線
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2002 - 2006 光子、電子、荷電粒子の減弱係数、阻止能、飛程の評価
  • 2002 - 2006 Evalution of Attenuation Coefficients, Stopping Powersranges for Photons, Electrons, Charged Partides
MISC (218):
  • 中井洋太、近藤嘉秀、長浜茂利:X線レーザー・スキーム探索のための銅様等電子系列イオンの遷移波長と寿命の評価. 鈴鹿医療科学大学紀要. 2003. 10, 54-60
  • T. Kusakabe, Y. Miyamoto, R. Ishida, K. Itoh, N. Kuroyanagi, Y. Nakai, and T. Shirai: Total cross sections for charge transfer by mulutiply charged neon and argon ions colliding with various hydrocarbon at keV energies. Nucl. Instrum. Meth. Phys. Res. 2003. B205, 600
  • Kusakabe T.,Asahina K.,Iida A.,Gerhard Hirsch J.G.,Buenker,Kimura M.,Tawara and Nakai Y.:Charge-transfer processes in collision of slow H+ ions with hydrocarbon molecules:CH4, C2H2,C2H6 ・・・. Phys. Rev. 2000. A62 062715-1-6
  • Kusakabe T.,Asahina K.,Gerhard Hirsch J.G.,Buenker, Kimura M.,Tawara and Nakai Y.: Charge-transfer processes in collision of H+ ions with H2,D2,CO and CO2 molecules in the energy ranges 0.2-4.0 keV. Phys. Rev. 2000. A62 062714-1-7
  • Kusakabe T.,Asahina K.,Iida A.,Gerhard Hirsch J.G.,Buenker,Kimura M.,Tawara and Nakai Y.:Charge-transfer processes in collision of slow H+ ions with hydrocarbon molecules:CH4, C2H2,C2H6 ・・・. Phys. Rev. 2000. A62 062715-1-6
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Education (3):
  • - 1957 Kyoto University
  • - 1957 Kyoto University Applied Physics
  • - 1950 Kyoto University
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Scince, Kyoto University (Kyoto University)
Work history (32):
  • 1999 - 2002 Suzuka University of Medical Science
  • 1999 - 2002 Part-Time Lecture, Suzuka University of
  • 2002 - - 鈴鹿医療科学大学医用工学部 教授
  • 2002 - - Professor, Faculty of Medical Engineering,
  • 1994 - 2000 Kindai University Atomic Energy Research Institute
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