Turkish Journal of Physics
Theoretical modeling and numerical solutions of some standard thermoluminescence detector crystals
MCP-100, MYS-N, MTS-7, MTS-100, and MCP-N standard thermoluminescence detector materials are annealed and irradiated. Glow curves and all trap parameters are determined. For these materials new theoretical energy band models are suggested and differential equations governing the charge carrier traffics are derived. The equations are solved by using computer-based numerical methods. During the simulations, experimental data measured in the previous step are given to computer code as the initial conditions. Experimental and numerical results show that the electron-band structures of standard thermoluminescence crystals are represented fairly well by the suggested models.
Thermoluminescence, trap parameters, numeric solutions
"Theoretical modeling and numerical solutions of some standard thermoluminescence detector crystals,"
Turkish Journal of Physics: Vol. 37:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/physics/vol37/iss3/5