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Thermoluminescence of geological materials
NATO Advanced Research Institute on Applications of Thermoluminescence to Geological Problems, Spoleto, 1966
|Contributions||McDougall, David J., North Atlantic Treaty Organization|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 678 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||678|
McKeever gives us a comprehensive survey of thermoluminescence, an important, versatile, and widely-used experimental technique. Bringing together previously isolated specialized approaches, he stresses the importance of the solid state aspects of the phenomenon and links these to applications in dating, dosimetry, and geology. The book contains chapters on analysis and special properties, on. Thermoluminescence is a form of luminescence that is exhibited by certain crystalline materials, such as some minerals, when previously absorbed energy from electromagnetic radiation or other ionizing radiation is re-emitted as light upon heating of the material. The phenomenon is distinct from that of black-body radiation.
Description: In this book, the authors give an up-to-date account of thermoluminescence (TL) and other thermally stimulated phenomena. Although most recent experimental results of TL in different materials are described in some detail, the main emphasis in the present book is on general processes, and the approach is more theoretical. Braunlich P Thermoluminescence of Geological Materials ed D J McDougall (London: Academic) pp Google Scholar Christodoulides C, Durrani S A .
Material and objects of archaeological or historical interest that can be dated by thermoluminescence analysis are ceramics, brick, hearths, fire pits, kiln and smelter walls, heat treated flint or other heat-processed materials, the residues of industrial activity such as slag, incidentally fire-cracked rocks, and even originally unfired. Braunlich P Thermoluminescence of Geological Materials ed D J McDougall (London: Academic) pp Christodoulides C, Durrani S A and Ettinger K V Mod. Geol. 1 Houtermans F G and Liener H J. Geophys.
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Thermoluminescence (TL) in solids is the light emission (mainly visible) that takes place during heating of a solid following an earlier absorption of energy from radiation. It is in fact the. Thermoluminescence of Geological Materials (Academic Press, New York, ), p.
25 Google Scholar C.M. Sunta, K.S.V. Nambi, V.N. Bapat, Symposium on Neutron Monitoring for Radiation Protection Purposes, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, IAEA/SM/10, 11–15 Dec Google ScholarCited by: 2. Thermoluminescence is an emission of light in the near-ultraviolet and visible range, which occurs when certain crystalline and glassy materials are heated to temperatures up to or °C.
Such materials can be considered as semi-insulators, in which the valence (outer shell) electrons of some atoms in the vicinity of defects are in a. In Thermoluminescence of Geological Materials (Edited by McDougall D.
J.), pp. Academic Press, New York. Franklin A. D., Homyak W. and Tschirgi A. () Thermoluminescence of Tertiary period by: Lewis D. R.: Special considerations in the design of equipment for use in geological studies-thermoluminescence and exoelectron apparatus. In: Thermoluminescence of Geological Materials.
– London — New York: Academic Press, Google Scholar. THERMOLUMINESCENCE (TL) of fossil bones and of various kinds of recent biological material has been reported by Jasińska and Niewiadomski1, who suggest that such materials could be used for.
The book contains chapters on analysis and special properties, on instrumentation, and on the variety of defect reaction - using the alkali halides and SiO2 as examples - that can take place within a material to yield thermoluminescence.
BOOK REVIEWS Thermoluminescence of Solids by S. McKeever. Cam- bridge University Press,p., S dosimetry, pottery dating (with a few pages on dating geological and biological materials) and geological applications.
It is the chapter on geological applications, which is broken down into meteorites, lunar material and. Title: Thermoluminescence of Geological Materials: Authors: McDougall, David J. Publication: Science, VolumeIssuepp.
(Sci Homepage)Publication Date. Some Example TLD Materials. TL Dating of Archaeological and Geological Samples. Introduction.
Evaluation of the Annual Dose. Authenticity Testing of Art Objects. Pre-Dose Dating. TL Dating of Geological Specimens. Optical Dating and Related Effects.
References. applications in dating, dosimetry, and geology. The book contains chapters on analysis and special properties, on instrumentation, and on the variety of defect reaction--using the alkali halides and SiO2 as examples--that can take place within a material to yield thermoluminescence.
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Attempts have also been made to determine the nature of traps and emission centres in rock materials'- The effect of temperature and pressure on thermoluminescence has also been studied". Thermoluminescenee as a tool in mineral prospecting, particularly radioactive minerals U, Th, etc- has also been tried for this purpose but without much by: 5.Thermoluminescence is a form of luminescence (see Ch.
) in which light is emitted from the phosphor only after the material has been heated. Many materials have thermoluminescence properties. The most common TLD material used at diagnostic X-ray energies is lithium fluoride.Thermoluminescence.
Thermoluminescence (TL) is a technique to measure the intensity of luminescence of a sample when it is irradiated by UV radiation, X-rays, γ-rays, or an electron beam as a function of temperature. This technique is widely used in mineralogy and geology, and for dating anthropological and archaeological samples.