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Peculiarities of Radiation Effects in MgO:Mn2+ Crystals

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The thermally stimulated luminescence and IR absorption spectra of MgO:Mn2+ crystals irradiated in different reactors have been studied. It has been shown that dependence of TSL peaks (450 and 550 K) and optical absorption bands (3290, 3720 and 1600 cm-1) on neutron fluence correlate. The trend of these changes in the same fluence range (1014-1017 n/cm2) depends both on the initial state of the crystal and on the irradiation source, which may be explained by the “small dose effect”.

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M. Abramishvili, Z. Akhvlediani, M. Galustashvili, G. Dekanozishvili, T. Kalabegishvili, V. Kvatchadze and V. Tavkhelidze, "Peculiarities of Radiation Effects in MgO:Mn2+ Crystals," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 2 No. 8, 2011, pp. 841-844. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.28099.

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