Characterizing the dosimetric properties of MEH-PPV using thermoluminescence (TL)

Alejandro Ortiz-Morales, Ramón Gómez-Aguilar, Jaime Ortiz-Lopez, Epifanio Cruz-Zaragoza

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Abstract

The thermoluminiscent properties of MEH-PPV and MDMO-PPV conjugated polymers were studied in order to verify if they are suitable for use as TL dosimeter. The dose response that was analyzed cover the wide dose range 0.34-5.44 kGy. The measured glow curves show complex structures which were evaluated with kinetic parameters based on the MO (Mix Order) model together with the CGCD (Computerized Glow Curve Deconvolution) homemade program which is useful to understand the mechanisms responsible for TL emission. Copyright © Materials Research Society 2014.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages127-131
Number of pages113
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Ortiz-Morales, A., Gómez-Aguilar, R., Ortiz-Lopez, J., & Cruz-Zaragoza, E. (2014). Characterizing the dosimetric properties of MEH-PPV using thermoluminescence (TL). 127-131. Paper presented at Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, . https://doi.org/10.1557/opl.2014.169
Ortiz-Morales, Alejandro ; Gómez-Aguilar, Ramón ; Ortiz-Lopez, Jaime ; Cruz-Zaragoza, Epifanio. / Characterizing the dosimetric properties of MEH-PPV using thermoluminescence (TL). Paper presented at Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, .113 p.
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Ortiz-Morales A, Gómez-Aguilar R, Ortiz-Lopez J, Cruz-Zaragoza E. Characterizing the dosimetric properties of MEH-PPV using thermoluminescence (TL). 2014. Paper presented at Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, . https://doi.org/10.1557/opl.2014.169