Advancements in accuracy of the alanine dosimetry system . Part 2 . The in ̄ uence of the irradiation temperature

  title={Advancements in accuracy of the alanine dosimetry system . Part 2 . The in ̄ uence of the irradiation temperature},
  author={Vitaly Nagy and James M. Puhl and Marc F. Desrosiers},
Systematic measurements of the temperature coecient for alanine electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) response have been performed for irradiation in the temperature range (10±50)8C and in the absorbed dose range (1±100) kGy at the dose rate 9.5 kGy/h. During the Co -ray irradiation, -L-alanine dosimeters were kept in a sealed aluminum holder that provided an e€ective heat exchange with the temperature-controlled environment. The time between the irradiation and signal measurements was… CONTINUE READING


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