volume 107, issue 2, PK119-K124 1981
DOI: 10.1002/pssb.2221070255
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Abstract: Exposure of crystals t o ionising radiation can produce an afterglow, which is independent of temperature and can b e detected f o r many hours after the irradiation. This phenomenon was firstly observed in alkali halides. It was attributed t o the tunneling recombination of electrons and holes trapped at nearby sites in the crystal lattice. At present the tunneling recombination afterglow, o r TRAY is found in a wide range of crystals and g l a s s e s /l/.In this note we present results of optically detecte…

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