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Evaporation and diffusion of chloroform with the deformable FlexyDos3D radiation dosimeter

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Chloroform in the FlexyDos3D dosimeter acts as a radical initiator which brings about the colour change of the dosimeter when the radicals react with the leucomalachite green. However, the volatility of the chloroform likely results in a rapid loss of chloroform from the dosimeter. Gravimetric analysis and NMR diffusion-ordered coherence spectroscopy were used to measure the diffusion and evaporation rates of chloroform from the dosimeter and found that both rates were both significantly large resulting in a rapid loss of chloroform. Dose maps of irradiated phantoms aged for different times found a significant difference in the dose measurements of the dosimeter, likely a result of the different chloroform concentrations within the dosimeters.

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Wheatley, M. J., et al. “Evaporation and Diffusion of Chloroform with the Deformable FlexyDos3D Radiation Dosimeter.” 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 3D RADIATION DOSIMETRY (IC3DDOSE), vol. 1305, IOP, 2019, doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1305/1/012044.
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Wheatley, M. J., Booth, J. T., & De Deene, Y. (2019). Evaporation and diffusion of chloroform with the deformable FlexyDos3D radiation dosimeter. In 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 3D RADIATION DOSIMETRY (IC3DDOSE) (Vol. 1305). Duke Kunshan Univ, Kunshan, China: IOP. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1305/1/012044
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Wheatley, M. J., J. T. Booth, and Yves De Deene. 2019. “Evaporation and Diffusion of Chloroform with the Deformable FlexyDos3D Radiation Dosimeter.” In 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 3D RADIATION DOSIMETRY (IC3DDOSE). Vol. 1305. IOP. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1305/1/012044.
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Wheatley, M. J., J. T. Booth, and Yves De Deene. 2019. “Evaporation and Diffusion of Chloroform with the Deformable FlexyDos3D Radiation Dosimeter.” In 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 3D RADIATION DOSIMETRY (IC3DDOSE). Vol. 1305. IOP. doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1305/1/012044.
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Wheatley MJ, Booth JT, De Deene Y. Evaporation and diffusion of chloroform with the deformable FlexyDos3D radiation dosimeter. In: 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 3D RADIATION DOSIMETRY (IC3DDOSE). IOP; 2019.
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M. J. Wheatley, J. T. Booth, and Y. De Deene, “Evaporation and diffusion of chloroform with the deformable FlexyDos3D radiation dosimeter,” in 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 3D RADIATION DOSIMETRY (IC3DDOSE), Duke Kunshan Univ, Kunshan, China, 2019, vol. 1305.
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  articleno    = {{012044}},
  author       = {{Wheatley, M. J. and Booth, J. T. and De Deene, Yves}},
  booktitle    = {{10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 3D RADIATION DOSIMETRY (IC3DDOSE)}},
  issn         = {{1742-6588}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Duke Kunshan Univ, Kunshan, China}},
  pages        = {{6}},
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  title        = {{Evaporation and diffusion of chloroform with the deformable FlexyDos3D radiation dosimeter}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1305/1/012044}},
  volume       = {{1305}},
  year         = {{2019}},
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