The thermoluminescence response of doped SiO2 optical fibres subjected to alpha-particle irradiation.

@article{Ramli2009TheTR,
  title={The thermoluminescence response of doped SiO2 optical fibres subjected to alpha-particle irradiation.},
  author={Ahmad Termizi Ramli and David Andrew Bradley and Suhairul Hashim and Husin Wagiran},
  journal={Applied radiation and isotopes : including data, instrumentation and methods for use in agriculture, industry and medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={67 3},
  pages={428-32}
}
Ion beams are used in radiotherapy to deliver a more precise dose to the target volume while minimizing dose to the surrounding healthy tissue. For optimum dose monitoring in ion-beam therapy, it is essential to be able to measure the delivered dose with a sensitivity, spatial resolution and dynamic range that is sufficient to meet the demands of the various therapy situations. Optical fibres have been demonstrated by this group to show promising thermoluminescence properties with respect to… CONTINUE READING
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