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Novel Technique for Radiation Measurements: Fluorescent Nuclear Track Detectors

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5 Author(s)
M. S. Akselrod ; Landauer, Inc., Crystal Growth Division, 723¿ Eastgate Rd., Stillwater, OK 74074, USA. makselrod@landauerinc.com ; R. C. Yoder ; G. M. Akselrod ; E. R. Benton
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A new optical, non-destructive method of detecting and imaging single heavy charged particles using a fluorescent crystal is described. The new tool is intended for radiobiology, space radiation dosimetry and for personnel monitoring of neutron doses. The technique combines a new luminescent aluminum oxide single crystal with confocal fluorescent detection. 3D imaging of individual tracks allows for measuring ion range and angle of incidence. Spectroscopic capabilities of a new method were demonstrated. New aluminum oxide crystal can be used as a substrate for SOS and LED devises and for growth of live cells. It allows for precise and simultaneous co-localization of radiation effects and an ion trajectory within 100 nm.

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Radiation and Its Effects on Components and Systems, 2005. RADECS 2005. 8th European Conference on

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19-23 Sept. 2005