1 Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark2 Radiation Physics, Center for Nuclear Technologies, Technical University of Denmark3 Center for Nuclear Technologies, Technical University of Denmark4 unknown
Thin-film dosimeters (Riso B3 and alanine films) were irradiated at 10 MeV and 80-120 keV electron accelerators, and it has been shown that the radiation response of the dosimeter materials (the radiation chemical yields) are constant at these irradiation energies. However, dose gradients within the dosimeters mean that calibration functions at the lower electron energies will be dependent on both irradiation energy and the required effective point of measurement of the dosimeter. These are general effects that apply to any dosimeters that have non-linear response functions and where dose gradients are present within the dosimeter. (C) 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 2005, Vol 74, Issue 5, p. 341-353