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An effective-dose dosimeter based on thermoluminescent aluminophosphate glasses

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Translated from Atomnaya Énergiya, Vol. 55, No. 4, pp. 233–238, October, 1983.

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Bochvar, I.A., Gimadova, T.I., Keirim-Markus, I.B. et al. An effective-dose dosimeter based on thermoluminescent aluminophosphate glasses. At Energy 55, 675–680 (1983).

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