For instance, in problems involving magnets, the momentum pc (MeV) is convenient, whereas in dosimetry we may use the residual range in water (cm).
Techniques of Proton Radiotherapy: Transport Theory
They use a well known technique for neutron dosimetry, namely droplets of a slightly superheated refrigerant liquid embedded in a gel.
Non-baryonic dark matter searches
Meth. A485 255 Ulmer W, Matsinos E and Kaissl W 2009 Theoretical methods for the calculation of Bragg curves and 3D distributions of proton beams; to appear in Radiation Physics and Chemistry van Luijk P, van ’t Veld A A, Zelle H D and Schippers J M 2001 Collimator scatter and 2D dosimetry in small proton beams Phys.
Collimator effects in proton planning
The experiments yielded interesting upper limits also on the ﬂuxes of the other mention ed exotic particles. iii) Environmental studies, radiation monitoring, neutron dosimetry.
Nuclear Track Detectors. Searches for Exotic Particles
Conf. on Nuclear Tracks in Solids, in Bologna, new results were presented in Radiation Environment Monitoring (mainly radon), Neutron Dosimetry and Medical Applications (see proceedings in Radiation Measurements).
Nuclear Track Detectors. Searches for Exotic Particles
The inﬂuence of stopping powers upon dosimetry for radiation therapy with energetic ions. volume 52 of Advances in Quantum Chemistry, pages 289 – 306.
Analytical expressions for stopping-power ratios relevant for accurate dosimetry in particle therapy
Calculation of stopping power ratios for carbon ion dosimetry.
Analytical expressions for stopping-power ratios relevant for accurate dosimetry in particle therapy
Reference dosimetry for clinical proton beams.
Analytical expressions for stopping-power ratios relevant for accurate dosimetry in particle therapy
Mobit, editors, Recent Developments in Accurate Radiation Dosimetry.
Analytical expressions for stopping-power ratios relevant for accurate dosimetry in particle therapy
Stopping powers for the ion-chamber dosimetry of radiotherapeutic heavy-particle beams.
Analytical expressions for stopping-power ratios relevant for accurate dosimetry in particle therapy
Monte Carlo simulations for heavy ion dosimetry.
Analytical expressions for stopping-power ratios relevant for accurate dosimetry in particle therapy
In dosimetry, solid phantoms are often used for convenience.
Evaluation of plastic materials for range shifting, range compensation, and solid-phantom dosimetry in carbon-ion radiotherapy
Their material should be uniform, stable, machinable, inexpensive, and ideally equivalent to water, which is the reference material for dosimetry.
Evaluation of plastic materials for range shifting, range compensation, and solid-phantom dosimetry in carbon-ion radiotherapy
These requirements are also valid for solid phantom materials, which are used when water-phantom dosimetry is not possible or convenient.
Evaluation of plastic materials for range shifting, range compensation, and solid-phantom dosimetry in carbon-ion radiotherapy
Dosimetric water equivalence, which is evaluated by uniformity of effective densities for relevant interactions, is essential to energy degrading of charged-particle beams for range shifting, range compensation, and dosimetry.
Evaluation of plastic materials for range shifting, range compensation, and solid-phantom dosimetry in carbon-ion radiotherapy
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