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2006-03

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M. A. Mussaeva, É. M. Ibragimova, M. I. Muminov

ABSTRACT

The characteristics of quartz glass for separate dosimetry of γ radiation from a VVR-SM reactor in the presence and absence of neutron fluxes are investigated. Comparing the absorption and photoluminescence spectra of samples irradiated with γ rays from a stopped reactor and mixed with neutron and γ radiation from an operating reactor shows that in both cases oxygen defects are produced and the dose dependences are linear. The dosimetric bands are stable with respect to light and temperatures up to 400°C. The stationary γ-ray flux from the reactor, after the reactor is stopped, is calibrated according to a known source of γ-ray source 60Co and is ≈15 Gy/sec. More... »

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210-214

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