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Title: SiO<sub>2</sub> Glass-Cladding YAP:Ce Scintillating Fiber for Remote Radiation Dosimeter
Authors: Qiang Guo;Chengbo Mou;Linfeng He;Wenyun Luo;Sujuan Huang;Gang-Ding Peng;Tingyun Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A SiO<sub>2</sub> glass-cladding cerium-doped yttrium aluminum perovskite YAlO<sub>3</sub> scintillating fiber with 0.3 at% Ce<sup>3+</sup> ions was fabricated using the modified rod-in-tube method. The optical and structural properties of the as-fabricated fiber samples were investigated using refractive index, Raman, transmission loss, and photoluminescence measurements. The radioluminescence intensities of the scintillating fiber spliced with a commercial multimode fiber have been studied using calibrated collimate <sup>60</sup>Co gamma sources (mean quantum energy 1.25 MeV) in the dose range from 5.9 to 292.5 cGy. A good linear response as a function of dose was found, suggesting possible practical applications in remote radioactive monitoring and dosimetric systems for radiotherapy.
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volume: 29
issue: 2
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Title: SiO<sub>2</sub> Glass-Cladding YAP:Ce Scintillating Fiber for Remote Radiation Dosimeter
Authors: Qiang Guo;Chengbo Mou;Linfeng He;Wenyun Luo;Sujuan Huang;Gang-Ding Peng;Tingyun Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A SiO<sub>2</sub> glass-cladding cerium-doped yttrium aluminum perovskite YAlO<sub>3</sub> scintillating fiber with 0.3 at% Ce<sup>3+</sup> ions was fabricated using the modified rod-in-tube method. The optical and structural properties of the as-fabricated fiber samples were investigated using refractive index, Raman, transmission loss, and photoluminescence measurements. The radioluminescence intensities of the scintillating fiber spliced with a commercial multimode fiber have been studied using calibrated collimate <sup>60</sup>Co gamma sources (mean quantum energy 1.25 MeV) in the dose range from 5.9 to 292.5 cGy. A good linear response as a function of dose was found, suggesting possible practical applications in remote radioactive monitoring and dosimetric systems for radiotherapy.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/235702
volume: 29
issue: 2
More Information: 251,
254
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: SiO<sub>2</sub> Glass-Cladding YAP:Ce Scintillating Fiber for Remote Radiation Dosimeter
Authors: Qiang Guo;Chengbo Mou;Linfeng He;Wenyun Luo;Sujuan Huang;Gang-Ding Peng;Tingyun Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A SiO<sub>2</sub> glass-cladding cerium-doped yttrium aluminum perovskite YAlO<sub>3</sub> scintillating fiber with 0.3 at% Ce<sup>3+</sup> ions was fabricated using the modified rod-in-tube method. The optical and structural properties of the as-fabricated fiber samples were investigated using refractive index, Raman, transmission loss, and photoluminescence measurements. The radioluminescence intensities of the scintillating fiber spliced with a commercial multimode fiber have been studied using calibrated collimate <sup>60</sup>Co gamma sources (mean quantum energy 1.25 MeV) in the dose range from 5.9 to 292.5 cGy. A good linear response as a function of dose was found, suggesting possible practical applications in remote radioactive monitoring and dosimetric systems for radiotherapy.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/235702
volume: 29
issue: 2
More Information: 251,
254
Appears in Collections:2017

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