volume 60, issue 12, P4804-4809 1974
DOI: 10.1063/1.1680984
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Abstract: The uv excited glow peaks at-150 K and-250 K were investigated. The mainly blue thermoluminescence (TL) peak appearing at 150 K in semiconducting diamonds was found to have also red and infrared components all appearing at the same temperature. Another red peak appearing at 260 K included an infrared component at a somewhat higher temperature. The intensity of this red peak behaved superlinearly with the dose of the 360 nm excitation. It was possible to pre-excite the 250 K blue peak using infrared light when …

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