Miniature semiconductor detectors for in vivo dosimetry
Rosenfeld, A, Cutajar, D, Lerch, ML, Takacs, GJ, Cornelius, I, Yudelev, M & Zaider, M, Miniature semiconductor detectors for in vivo dosimetry, Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 120(1-4), 2006, 48-55.
Silicon mini-semiconductor detectors are found in wide applications for in vivo personal dosimetry and dosimetry and microdosimetry of different radiation oncology modalities. These applications are based on integral and spectroscopy modes of metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor and silicon p–n junction detectors. The advantages and limitations of each are discussed.
Anatoly Rozenfeld, Dean Cutajar, Michael L. Lerch, George J. Takacs, Iwan Cornelius, M Yudelev, and M Zaider. "Miniature semiconductor detectors for in vivo dosimetry" Faculty of Engineering - Papers (2006): 48-55.
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