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Tytuł: Analysis of dosimetric peaks of MgB4O7:Dy (40% Teflon) versus LiF:Mg,Ti TL detectors
Autor: Paluch-Ferszt, Monika
Kozłowska, Beata
De Souza, Susana Oliveira
De Souza, Luiza Freire
Souza, Divanizia Nascimento
Słowa kluczowe: MgB4O7:Dy; LiF:Mg,Ti; Thermoluminescent detectors
Data wydania: 2016
Źródło: Nukleonika, 2016, iss. 1, s. 49-52
Abstrakt: Magnesium tetraborate doped with dysprosium (MgB4O7:Dy) is known as a good thermoluminophor for personal dosimetry of gamma ray and X-ray radiation because of its high sensitivity and close tissue equivalence. This material can be produced by different routes. The sintered pastilles of magnesium tetraborate mixed with Teflon (40%) used in this work were manufactured at the Federal University of Sergipe, Department of Physics by the solid-state synthesis. Magnesium tetraborate was already used for high-dose dosimetry, exhibiting linearity for a wide range of doses. In this work, the authors examined its main characteristics prior to potential use of detectors in everyday dosimetry, comparing this material to a widely used LiF:Mg,Ti phosphor. The following tests influencing dosimetric peaks of MgB4O7:Dy:Dy were presented: (1) the shape of the glow curves (2) annealing conditions and post-irradiation annealing and its influence for background of the detectors, (3) the choice of the heating rates at the read-out and (4) the threshold dose, that is, the lowest possible dose to be measured. Simil ar tests were performed with LiF:Mg,Ti detectors, produced and widely used in Poland. The results were compared and discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/3295
DOI: 10.1515/nuka-2016-0011
ISSN: 0029-5922
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