Oscillometric and conductometric analysis of aqueous and organic dosimeter solutions

A. Kovacs, I. Slezsak, W.L. McLaughlin, A. Miller

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    Conductometric and oscillometric evaluation methods have earlier been developed to determine absorbed dose in the ethanol-monochlorobenzene dosimeter solution. Recent investigations on the same solution as well as on alanine solutions included the study of the possible use of different type ''conductometric'' electrodes and the study of the effect of frequency on the sensitivity of the method. On the basis of these investigations an oscillometric reader has been designed and tested. The same evaluation methods have been tested on the irradiated aqueous alanine solutions, aiming also at the study of the applicable concentration of the alanine solute and the dose (1 to 50 kGy) and dose-rate range using both electron (2.6 mu s at 13 mu A to 4 mu s at 1.0 A pulse length and beam current) and gamma radiation (0.13 to 30 kGy h(-1)).
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalRadiation Physics and Chemistry
    Issue number4-6
    Pages (from-to)1211-1215
    Publication statusPublished - 1995
    Event9th International Meeting on Radiation Processing - Istanbul, Turkey
    Duration: 11 Sept 199416 Sept 1994
    Conference number: 9


    Conference9th International Meeting on Radiation Processing


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