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LEXSYG - A NEW SYSTEM FOR LUMINESCENCE RESEARCH
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14.11.2017

Latvijas Universitātes Cietvielu fizikas institūta, Doktorantūras skolas „Funkcionālie materiāli un nanotehnoloģijas”, Maģistra programmas B kursa „Aktuālas materiālu un cietvielu fizikas problēmas” zinātniskais seminārs 25. oktobrī plkst. 14:00, LU CFI, Ķengaraga ielā 8, 2.stāva zālē uzstājas Dr. Kay Dornich, (Chief Executive Officer, Freiberg Instruments GmbH, Germany).

The newly developed lexsyg system by Freiberg Instruments is a versatile luminescence reader, suited for research on the luminescence of materials, fundamental research in luminescence dating, but also for routine mass measurements in retrospective dosimetry as well as in dating application. The 80 sample storage wheel is disconnected from the measurement chamber and therefore crosstalk of optical stimulation is absent and cross-irradiation is negligible from the α- and β-sources, which are providing very uniform irradiations, with the latter especially designed for radiofluorescence (RF) measurement. Optical excitation sources and filter wheels to vary detection wavelengths can be programmed to change at almost any time within measurement sequences, including the automated change of an optional wheel holding up to four different detectors. Thermoluminescence measurements and preheating are possible with a versatile heater, which can be programmed for linear or non-linear heating or cooling, as well as holding a temperature constant. Rates as well as durations can be varied, together with individual ramping, staging and cooling for an almost unlimited number of steps. Violet- and IR-lasers, green and blue LED-arrays can be operated in continuous (CW) or modulated mode (linear/non-linear), and optionally for pulsed as well as time resolved luminescence detection. Six arrays of power LEDs allow the simulation of different bleaching regimes (‘solar simulator’), while luminescence detection can be achieved by a variety of photomultiplier tubes and by CCD cameras for spatially resolved measurements and luminescence spectra.

Keywords: luminescence equipment, dosimetry, material research, luminescence dating, luminescence detection.