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Effects of γ-irradiation on some cholesteric products

Effects of γ-irradiation on some cholesteric products

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A γ-ray-irradiation produces a shift of the temperature corresponding to a given wavelength of selective reflection in a cholesteric mixture towards lower temperatures (1degC for an increase of 1 Mrad). This effect can be used in γ-dosimetry.

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