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Influence of in Situ Temperature on the Sensitization of Quartz: A Simulation Study

Published Online: 11 Mar 2015
Volume & Issue: Volume 42 (2015) - Issue 1 (January 2015)
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Received: 16 Apr 2014
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Abstract

The influence of ambient geological and burial temperatures, prevailing in nature, on the charge population of the defect centers and, eventually, the sensitivity of the luminescence emission of quartz was simulated using empirical model. Various permutation and combination of these tem-peratures were incorporated so as to observe, both, the collective and independent impact of these two temperatures on the charge kinetics. The results of seem to demonstrate the role of the ambient tem-perature in the sensitization of quartz mineral

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