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Bartha, Microwave digestion of thermoluminescent aluminum-oxide powders and determination of trace impurities by inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy, Mikrochim Acta, 134, 193 (2000).
In this work, MTS-6 and MTS-7 thermoluminescent detectors were used, which are respectively [sup.6]LiF: Mg (magnesium), Ti (titanium) and [sup.7]LiF: Mg, Ti.
Annalakshmi, "High-sensitive CaS[O.sub.4]:Dy thermoluminescent phosphor synthesis by co-precipitation technique," Radiation Protection Dosimetry, vol.
A 0.3-cm diameter and 0.8-cm height of cylinder was contoured at the lumen of the choana and defined as the PTV since a thermoluminescent dosimetry chip (TLD) (University of Wisconsin-Madison Radiation Calibration Laboratory, Madison, WI, USA) was placed in this region.
The absorbed doses for the operator's hand were calculated by using a left hand simulator with thermoluminescent dosimeters.
Other types of dosimeters that are commonly used or are being developed for these applications include thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs), semiconductor diodes, and optically stimulated luminescence dosimeters (OSDLs).
This explains the increased amount of efforts to study lithium tetraborate, both doped single crystals and [Li.sup.2][B.sup.4][O.sup.7] ceramic-based thermoluminescent detectors (TLDs).
Thermoluminescent dosimetry (TLD) remains a proven and accepted methodology for postal dose audit service.8,10 Unlike other in-vivo dosimetres such as diodes, MOSFET and other solid state detectors, TLDs are small, rugged and re-usable;11,12 they require no connection to an external electrometer.
Placement of thermoluminescent detectors (TLDs) under the lead apron could indicate the effectiveness of the lead apron.
This in many instances could be easily and inexpensively implemented, as it is with nuclear workers, by use of a thermoluminescent dosimeter (TLD) on the patient during an imaging procedure.