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Repeated heating and stimulation by infrared of feldspar samples causes a reduction in the luminescence signal. Two feldspars were investigated, one microcline and one orthoclase. Empirically the fraction of luminescence signal f ( n ) remaining after the n th cycle of heating and stimulation is...
A batch of a naturally occurring fluorite (CaF 2 ) from the Middle Benue Valley region of Nigeria has been studied in some detail for its thermoluminescence (TL) properties. TL glow peaks are observed at 119, 144 and 224°C at a heating rate of 10°C s −1 . The TL response is observed to...
Thermoluminescence dosimetry has been very successful in monitoring the personnel level doses due to high sensitivity and reusability. However, these dosimeters saturate at high doses involved in radiation processing. Present investigations show that the range of high dose measurements can be...
The effect of UV radiation on the thermal degradation of cellulose triacetate (CTA) has been investigated. Simultaneous thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) have been performed on CTA samples of 0.25 mm thickness. These samples were exposed to different...
Object “Shelter” (known world-wide as the Sarcophagus) is a source of very high radiological and nuclear hazard. Transfer of the Sarcophagus into an ecologically safe site is a task not only for Ukraine but also for the world community. A composite approach to maintenance of radiation and...
SSNTD is one of the most commonly used detectors in the studies involving nuclear phenomena. The ease of registration of the presence of alpha particles and fission fragments has made it particularly suitable in studies where stable long exposures are needed to extract reliable information....
Study of radioactive aerosols in the relocation zone and in the populated areas have been carried out for a number of years. The experiments on modelling resuspension were performed while conducting agricultural work. Nuclear track radiography and alpha spectrometry with radiochemical extraction...
A Monte Carlo simulation program is constructed in order to trace the histories of photon interactions inside fat and blood under tissue-characterization conditions (energies from 7 to 60 keV and samples from 0.5 to 20 cm). The effect of incident photon energy on the number of coherent and...
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