The alanine detector in BNCT dosimetry: dose response in thermal and epithermal neutron fields.

@article{Schmitz2015TheAD,
  title={The alanine detector in BNCT dosimetry: dose response in thermal and epithermal neutron fields.},
  author={Tobias Schmitz and Niels Bassler and Matthias Blaickner and Markus Ziegner and M C Hsiao and Y H Liu and Hanna Koivunoro and Iiro Auterinen and Tom Ser{\'e}n and Petri Kotiluoto and Hugo Palmans and P. H. G. Sharpe and Peter Langguth and Gabriele Hampel},
  journal={Medical physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={400-11}
}
PURPOSE The response of alanine solid state dosimeters to ionizing radiation strongly depends on particle type and energy. Due to nuclear interactions, neutron fields usually also consist of secondary particles such as photons and protons of diverse energies. Various experiments have been carried out in three different neutron beams to explore the alanine dose response behavior and to validate model predictions. Additionally, application in medical neutron fields for boron neutron capture… CONTINUE READING
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