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Thermoluminescent Materials

Thermoluminescent Materials

by D. R. Vij

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A concise review of the defects responsible for TL emission, enabling readers to utilize the information to examine the behavior of the TL phosphors with which they are familiar. Chapter 1 presents the basic principles of TL, and Chapter 2 discusses material preparation techniques. The remainder of the volume deals with almost all types of important TL materials of practical use, divided into three categories: naturally occurring materials, such as minerals and rocks, quartz and silica, and meteorites; inorganic materials such as alkali halides, calcium fluoride, calcium sulfate, oxides, borates, silicates, glasses, and sulfides; and organic materials such as organic polymers, biological materials, and biochemicals. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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