Thermal fading (TF) is important in choosing appropriate thermoluminescence (TL) materials for particular applications. TF is the process of reducing the capability of producing the response due to radiation exposure. The fading rate of LiF based thermoluminescent (TL) material depends on many experimental parameters such as storage temperature, readout mechanism, annealing and radiation type or time based on the storage time before or after radiation.
The general aim of the present work is to investigate if the activation energy E, frequency factor s, temperature T and concentration µ_{0} values evaluated from the experimental thermal fading rates glow–curves through a computerized glow–curve deconvolution analysis (CGCD), can simulate the thermal fading glowcurves using a phenomenological model for LiF;Mg,Ti.
Thermal fading (TF) is important in choosing appropriate thermoluminescence (TL) materials for particular applications. TF is the process of reducing the capability of producing the response due to radiation exposure. The fading rate of LiF based thermoluminescent (TL) material depends on many experimental parameters such as storage temperature, readout mechanism, annealing and radiation type or time based on the storage time before or after radiation.
The general aim of the present work is to investigate if the activation energy E, frequency factor s, temperature T and concentration µ_{0} values evaluated from the experimental thermal fading rates glow–curves through a computerized glow–curve deconvolution analysis (CGCD), can simulate the thermal fading glowcurves using a phenomenological model for LiF;Mg,Ti.
Subjects  Engineering 

Journal Section  Articles 
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Dates 
Publication Date: August 25, 2017 
Bibtex  @research article { ankujns303334,
journal = {Journal of Nuclear Sciences},
issn = {21477736},
eissn = {21483981},
address = {Ankara University},
year = {2017},
volume = {4},
pages = {26  30},
doi = {},
title = {The ability of E and S values to predict experimental thermal fading rates},
key = {cite},
author = {Halimi, M. and Kadri, D. and Mokeddema, A. and Missoum, I.}
} 
APA  Halimi, M , Kadri, D , Mokeddema, A , Missoum, I . (2017). The ability of E and S values to predict experimental thermal fading rates. Journal of Nuclear Sciences, 4 (1), 2630. Retrieved from http://jns.ankara.edu.tr/issue/31016/303334 
MLA  Halimi, M , Kadri, D , Mokeddema, A , Missoum, I . "The ability of E and S values to predict experimental thermal fading rates". Journal of Nuclear Sciences 4 (2017): 2630 <http://jns.ankara.edu.tr/issue/31016/303334> 
Chicago  Halimi, M , Kadri, D , Mokeddema, A , Missoum, I . "The ability of E and S values to predict experimental thermal fading rates". Journal of Nuclear Sciences 4 (2017): 2630 
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ISNAD  Halimi, M. , Kadri, D. , Mokeddema, A. , Missoum, I. . "The ability of E and S values to predict experimental thermal fading rates". Journal of Nuclear Sciences 4 / 1 (August 2017): 2630. 
AMA  Halimi M , Kadri D , Mokeddema A , Missoum I . The ability of E and S values to predict experimental thermal fading rates. Journal of Nuclear Sciences. 2017; 4(1): 2630. 
Vancouver  Halimi M , Kadri D , Mokeddema A , Missoum I . The ability of E and S values to predict experimental thermal fading rates. Journal of Nuclear Sciences. 2017; 4(1): 3026. 