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Simulation of an anomalous behavior of thermoluminescence glow peak of quartz from Nigeria

Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2, 50 - 57, 12.11.2018

Abstract

Mechanism of the experimentally observed anomalous shift of a thermoluminescence (TL) glow peak that varied with irradiation dose is yet to be fully established. A theory that the anomalous peak must have contained more than one first order composite peak each with different TL dose characteristics has been one major explanation proposed to explain this observation. This work was undertaken to simulate the anomalous glow peak by using a modified version of a previously proposed model and numerically solving sets of simultaneous differential equations governing the stages of TL phenomena (excitation, relaxation and heating). In the modified model, two additional electron trapping centers were incorporated in order to simulate accurately this glow curve. Computerized curve deconvolution (CGCD) analyses was carried out on the simulated  glow peak in attempt to retrieve back the electron trapping center energies and to identify their respective peak positions. The outcome of this confirmed the peak to be possibly composite in nature comprising three overlapping glow peaks at 288, 300 and 317oC with respective energy gaps of 1.70, 1.73 and 1.75eV. It is therefore further substantiated that this kind of temperature shift of peak with dose resulting from composite glow peaks is possible.

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Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2, 50 - 57, 12.11.2018

Abstract

References

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  • [3] Afouxenidis, D., Polymeris, G. S., Tsirliganis, N. C., Kitis, G., 2012. Computerised curve deconvolution of TL/OSL curves using a popular spreadsheet program. Radiation Protection Dosimetry. 149 (4): 363–370.
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  • [7] Basun, S., Imbusch, G.F., Jia, D.D. and Yen, M.W., 2003. The Analysis of Thermoluminescence Glow Curves. Journal of Luminescence. 104, 283-294.
  • [8] Chen, G. and Li, S. H., 2000. Studies of Quartz 110oC Thermoluminescence Peak Sensitivity Change and its Relevance to Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dating. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 33,437–443.
  • [9] Chen, R. and Pagonis, V, 2011. Thermally and Optically Stimulated Luminescence: A Simulation Approach. John Wiley and Sons Ltd, UK.
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  • [11] Friedrich, J., Kreutzer, S., Schmidt, C., 2016. Solving ordinary differential equations to understand luminescence: ’RLumModel’, an advanced research tool for simulating luminescence in quartz using R. Quaternary Geochronology 35, 88–100.
  • [12] Friedrich, J., Pagonis, V., Chen, R., Kreutzer, S., Schmidt, C., 2017. Quartz radiofluorescence: A modelling approach. Journal of Luminescence 186, 318–325.
  • [13] Horowitz, Y. S. Yossian, D., 1995. Computerized glow curve deconvolution application to thermoluminescence dosimetry. Radiation Protection Dosimetry. Spec. Issue, 60.
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  • [15] Kitis, G. Gomez-Ros, J. M. Tuyn and J. W. N., 1998. Thermoluminescence glowcurve deconvolution functions for first, second and general orders of kinetics. Journal of Physics D. Applied Physics 31: 2636-2641.
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  • [18] Kristianpoller, N., Chen, R., Israel, M., 1974. Dose dependence of thermoluminescence peaks. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 7, 1063–1071.
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  • [24] Oniya, E.O., Polymeris, G.S., Tsirliganis, N.C., Kitis, G., 2012. On the Pre-dose Sensitization of the Various Components of the LM-OSL Signal of Annealed Quartz; Comparison with the Case of 110oC TL Peak. Radiat Meas. 47, 864-869.
  • [25] Pagonis, V., Wintle, A.G., Chen, R., 2007. Simulations of the Effect of Pulse Annealing on Optically-Stimulated Luminescence of Quartz. Radiat. Meas. 42, 1587–1599.
  • [26] Pagonis, V., Balsamo, E., Barnold, C., Duling, K., McCole, S., 2008 (b). Simulations of the predose technique for retrospective dosimetry and authenticity testing. Radiation Measurements 43, 1343–1353.
  • [27] Pagonis, V., Wintle, A.G., Chen, R., Wang, X.L., 2008 (a). A Theoretical Model for a New Dating Protocol for Quartz Based on Thermally Transferred OSL (TT-OSL). Radiat. Meas. 43, 704 – 708.
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  • [31] Rodine, E.T., Land, P.L., 1971. Electronic Defect Structure of Single-crystal ThO2 by Thermoluminescence. Phys. Rev. B 4 (8), 2701–2724.
  • [32] Singh, L. L, Gartia R.K., 2013. Derivation of an expression for lifetime ("τ" ) in OTOR model. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B. 308, 21-23
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  • [34] Subedi, B., Oniya, E., Polymeris, G.S., Afouxenidis, D., Tsirliganis, N. C., Kitis, G., 2011. Thermal quenching of thermoluminescence in quartz samples of various origin. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B. 269, 572–581.
  • [35] Subedi, B., Kitis, G., Pagonis, V., 2010. Simulation of the influence of thermal quenching on thermoluminescence glow-peaks. Phys. Status Solidi A 207, 1216-1226.
  • [36] Wintle, A. G., 1997. Luminescence dating. laboratory procedures and protocols. Radiation Measurements. 27, 769-817.
  • [37] Yazici, A.N., Chen, R., Solak, S., Yegingil, Z., 2002. The Analysis of Thermoluminescence Glow Peaks of CaF2: Dy (TLD-200) after β-Irradiation. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 35, 2526-2535.

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Primary Language English
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Authors

E.O. Oniya>
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY, AKUNGBA-AKOKO, ONDO STATE
Nigeria


O.e. OLUBİ> (Primary Author)
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY, AKUNGBA-AKOKO, ONDO STATE
0000-0002-5162-0846
Nigeria

Publication Date November 12, 2018
Published in Issue Year 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2

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APA Oniya, E. & Olubi, O. (2018). Simulation of an anomalous behavior of thermoluminescence glow peak of quartz from Nigeria . Journal of Nuclear Sciences , 4 (2) , 50-57 . Retrieved from http://jns.ankara.edu.tr/en/pub/issue/40320/419368
MLA Oniya, E. , Olubi, O. "Simulation of an anomalous behavior of thermoluminescence glow peak of quartz from Nigeria" . Journal of Nuclear Sciences 4 (2018 ): 50-57 <http://jns.ankara.edu.tr/en/pub/issue/40320/419368>
Chicago Oniya, E. , Olubi, O. "Simulation of an anomalous behavior of thermoluminescence glow peak of quartz from Nigeria". Journal of Nuclear Sciences 4 (2018 ): 50-57
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Vancouver Oniya E. , Olubi O. Simulation of an anomalous behavior of thermoluminescence glow peak of quartz from Nigeria. Journal of Nuclear Sciences. 2018; 4(2): 50-57.
IEEE E. Oniya and O. Olubi , "Simulation of an anomalous behavior of thermoluminescence glow peak of quartz from Nigeria", Journal of Nuclear Sciences, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 50-57, Nov. 2018