Applications of EPR spectroscopy to radiation treated materials in medicine, dosimetry, and agriculture

  • Stachowicz W
  • Burlińska G
  • Michalik J
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Survey is given of the EPR studies on irradiated bone mineral referred to transplantology, physiology, pathology, dosimetry and to the detection of irradiated food. Stability, dose-dependency and nature of radiation-induced EPR signal in bone mineral (hydroxyapatite) are discussed. Paramagnetic centers produced by radiation as "labels" as applied to biomedical experiments and dosimetry are evaluated. Results on the detection of irradiated fruits, vegetables, and other dry food products are presented. © 1993.

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  • EPR
  • bone
  • dosimetry
  • food
  • irradiation
  • mineralized tissues
  • paramagnetic centers

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  • W. Stachowicz

  • G. Burlińska

  • J. Michalik

  • A. Dziedzic-Goclawska

  • K. Ostrowski

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