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Mechanisms and Applications of Lyoluminescence

Usha Shukla, Shubh Gupta


When strongly energized halide or organic crystals are dissolved in а liquid solvent like water, light is emitted as an end result of а recombination process. This emission of light is known as Lyoluminesсenсe0. The emitted light intensity, called the Lyoluminescent intensity, depends on а class of factors like radiation doses, probability of radiative recombination, rate of dissolution inside the solvent, etc. The effect is enhanced when the materials have been exposed to ionizing radiation. The phenomenon of Lyoluminescence has attracted many researchers of various fields, for instance, Radiation-Physics, Radiation-Chemistry and Physical-Chemistry, etc. This report consists of the application LL, and explains the change of LL intensity with change in the duration of the dissolution of irradiated NaCl in water. Keywords: Applications, dosimetry, NaCl phosphor, Lyoluminesсenсe (LL), radiation doses.

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