Analysis of thermally stimulated processes
Thermally stimulated processes include a number of phenomena - either physical or chemical in nature - in which a certain property of a substance is measured during controlled heating from a 'low' temperature. Workers and graduate students in a wide spectrum of fields require an introduction to methods of extracting information from such measurements. This book gives an interdisciplinary approach to various methods which may be applied to analytical chemistry including radiation dosimetry and determination of archaeological and geological ages. In addition, recent advances are included, such as ionic thermocurrent of general order kinetics, polarization thermocurrents and some aspects of the superlinear dependence on the dose of thermoluminescence
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Acta activation energy Anal Appl application assumed asymptotic series Braunlich chapter charge carriers Chem Chen concentration conduction band constant crystals decay depolarization described desorption differential thermal analysis dipoles discussed dn/dt dose dosimetry DTA curve effect electron traps emission emission spectrum equation evaluated example excitation experimental frequency factor given glow curves Halperin heating function holes investigated ionic irradiation isothermal kinetic parameters Kristianpoller linear low temperature luminescence maximum mentioned nc(T order kinetics order peaks phase transitions phenomena phosphorescence Phys plot polarization polymers pre-exponential factor radiation reaction recombination centre recombination probability retrapping sample second order semiconductors sensitivity similar simultaneous measurements solid superlinearity technique temperature dependence temperature range TG curves Therm thermal desorption thermal release thermally stimulated processes thermoanalytical thermogravimetry thermoluminescence TL and TSC TL intensity TL peak transition TSC peaks TSEE TSPC usually valence band Wendlandt