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Relative response of TL and component-resolved OSL to alpha and beta radiations in annealed sedimentary quartz
(PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2011-10)
Knowledge of the relative luminescence response to alpha and beta radiation is very important in TL and OSL dating. In the present study the relative alpha to beta response is studied in a sedimentary quartz sample, ...
Dissolution and subsequent re-crystallization as zeroing mechanism, thermal properties and component resolved dose response of salt (NaCl) for retrospective dosimetry
(PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2011-09)
In the present study we report dosimetric properties of iodized salt aiming at using it as an accidental luminescent dosimeter. It was found that the very good sensitivity of its main dosimetric peak is strongly affected ...
Preliminary results towards the equivalence of transformed continuous-wave Optically Stimulated Luminescence (CW-OSL) and linearly-modulated (LM-OSL) signals in quartz
The present paper presents a comparative experimental study of two commonly measured Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) signals in quartz. The experimental study measures both the continuous wave OSL (CW-OSL) and the ...
IRSL dating of a deep water core from Pylos, Greece; comparison to post ir blue osl and tl dating results
(UNIV AGEAN, 2011)
The 'double SAR' protocol procedure permits the determination of two equivalent dose (De) values for each polymineral aliquot; an IRSL De resulting mostly from feldspars along with a post-IR OSL De for a mixed signal for ...
Thermoluminescence as a probe in bioactivity studies; the case of 58S sol-gel bioactive glass
(IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2011-10-05)
The formation of a carbonated hydroxyapatite (HCAp) layer on the surface of bioactive materials is the main reaction that takes place upon their immersion in physiological fluids. To date, all techniques used for the ...
Thermal quenching of thermoluminescence in quartz samples of various origin
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2011-03-15)
The effect of thermal quenching stands among the most important properties in the thermoluminescence (TL) of quartz on which many applications of TL are based. Since the quartz samples used in various applications are all ...