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Vol. 246, Issue 7, November 2020, pp. 38-42

 

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Novel, VOC-Free-Renewable Solid-State Biopolymer Detector
for Mid-to-Extreme Radiation Field Monitoring
 

1, 2 Alex C. Bakken, 1 Nathan M. Boyle and 1, * Rusi P. Taleyarkhan

1 Purdue University, MFARL Laboratory, 3601 Sagamore Pkwy N, Lafayette IN, 47904, USA
2 Work conducted while at Purdue University; Currently at: Niowave, Inc., 48906, Michigan, USA
1 Tel.: + 7653131876

E-mail: rusi@purdue.edu

 

Received: 25 October 2020 /Accepted: 26 November 2020 /Published: 30 November 2020

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems

 

Abstract: A novel, VOC-free-renewable solid-state biopolymer detector is presented for applications pertaining to mid-to-extreme gamma-electron beam dosimetry applications. Polylactic-Acid (PLA) based “green” biopolymer was used to derive PLAD – a renewable, inexpensive solid-state radiation detector that promises to offer significant potential benefits over when compared with state-of-art detectors for detecting gamma-electron and also other forms of ionizing radiation. Experimental data are presented on well-correlated measurements of ionizing radiation in the mid-to- extreme dose range to readily discernible physical property changes such as relative viscosity, embrittlement, and molecular bonding.

 

Keywords: Polylactic Acid, PLA, Radiation, Gamma, Electron, FTIR, Detector, Dose.

 

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