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Application of planar silicon detectors for monitoring accidental intakes, wounds and small biological samples


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Franck, D.; Guyot, P.; de Carlan, L. ; Burger, P.; Legou, Ph.; Mazur, C.; Pihet, P Radiation Protection Dosimetry, (1999) v. 83(4) p. 309-315

Type de document > *Article de revue

Mots clés > dosimétrie interne, détecteur

Unité de recherche > Laboratoire d'évaluation et de modélisation de la dose interne (LEMDI)

Auteurs > FRANCK Didier, PIHET Pascal

Date de publication > 01/04/1999

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The design and characteristics of a spectroscopy system prototype, featuring a high energy resolution semiconductor detector operating at room temperature, is presented with a view to its use for solving radiation protection monitoring problems. This device combines large-area (3x3 cm2) strip silicon detectors and discrete analogue electronics including multiplexed readout circuits and anticoincidence shielding. The applications of such a system are discussed in the light of germanium detector technology. Contaminated wounds, thyroid and small biological samples are reviewed as examples of operational cases relevant to individual monitoring.