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Investigation of OSL signals from very deep traps in unfired and fired quartz samples
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2010-03-15)
This paper presents an attempt to isolate experimentally optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) signals which may originate from very deep traps (VDT) in quartz samples. As VDT we consider those traps which are responsible ...
A comparative morphological, compositional and tl study of tenedos (Bozcaada) and Sile aeolianites, Turkey
(UNIV AGEAN, 2012)
Aeolianites are carbonate-cemented deposits of coastal dune sands, mostly of Quaternary age. Even though aeolianite exposures on the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea are frequent, very few records have been documented from ...
The firing temperature of pottery from ancient Mesopotamia, Turkey, using luminescence methods: a case study for different grain-size fractions
The assessment of the firing temperature of a prehistoric pottery sample collected from ancient Mesopotamia, Turkey was studied using luminescence techniques. The methods for this estimation involved the observation of the ...
Investigation of the OSL signal from very deep traps in natural quartz
(Univ Agean, Dept Mediterranean Stud, 2010)
It has been recently reported by several studies that a thermally transferred optically stimulated luminescence (TT-OSL) signal from quartz grains can be used to extend the dating range for quartz samples. The TT-OSL signals ...