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A high sensitivity system for luminescence measurement of materials. / Finch, Adrian A.; Wang, Yafang; Townsend, Peter D.; Ingle, Martin.

In: Luminescence, Vol. Early View, 05.02.2019.

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Finch, AA, Wang, Y, Townsend, PD & Ingle, M 2019, 'A high sensitivity system for luminescence measurement of materials' Luminescence, vol. Early View. https://doi.org/10.1002/bio.3606

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Finch, A. A., Wang, Y., Townsend, P. D., & Ingle, M. (2019). A high sensitivity system for luminescence measurement of materials. Luminescence, Early View. https://doi.org/10.1002/bio.3606

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Finch AA, Wang Y, Townsend PD, Ingle M. A high sensitivity system for luminescence measurement of materials. Luminescence. 2019 Feb 5;Early View. https://doi.org/10.1002/bio.3606

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Finch, Adrian A. ; Wang, Yafang ; Townsend, Peter D. ; Ingle, Martin. / A high sensitivity system for luminescence measurement of materials. In: Luminescence. 2019 ; Vol. Early View.

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abstract = "A unique combined and multi-disciplinary wavelength multiplexed spectrometer is described. It is furnished with high-sensitivity imaging plate detectors, the power to which can be gated to provide time-resolved data. The system is capable of collecting spectrally resolved luminescence data following X-ray excitation [radioluminescence (RL) or X-ray excited optical luminescence (XEOL)], electron irradiation [cathodoluminescence (CL)] and visible light from light emitting diodes (LEDs) [photoluminescence (PL)]. Time-resolved PL and CL data can be collected to provide lifetime estimates with half-lives from microsecond timeframes. There are temperature stages for the high and low temperature experiments providing temperature control from 20 to 673 K. Combining irradiation, time resolved (TR) and TR-PL allows spectrally-resolved thermoluminescence (TL) and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL). The design of two detectors with matched gratings gives optimum sensitivity for the system. Examples which show the advantages and multi-use of the spectrometer are listed. Potential future experiments involving lifetime analysis as a function of irradiation, dose and temperature plus pump-probe experiments are discussed.",
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