thermoluminescence dosimetry

ther·mo·lu·mi·nes·cence do·sim·e·try

the calculation of a radiation dose by measuring the light output after heating a special absorbent material (for example, lithium fluoride) placed in the radiation beam; the light output is proportional to the amount of radiation exposure.
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The present study aimed at developing tissue equivalent thermoluminescence dosimetry (TLD) materials for monitoring exposures to cancer patients through thermoluminescence in lithium compounds.
These can be developed as phosphors for thermoluminescence dosimetry of ionizing radiations and monitoring exposures to cancer patients.