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Optical absorption and sensitisation dose response in LiF:Mg,Ti: application to the unified interaction model predictions of thermoluminescence dose response

Optical absorption and sensitisation dose response in LiF:Mg,Ti: application to the unified interaction model predictions of thermoluminescence dose response

Radiation Protection Dosimetry 100(1-4): 107-110

Using ancilliary optical absorption and sensitisation measurements, it is demonstrated quantitatively in the framework of the unified interaction model (UNIM) that the experimentally measured peak 5 supralinearity can be theoretically predicted for all possible dose response characteristics of the competitor.

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