Decomposition of the laboratory gamma irradiation component of angular ESR spectra of fossil tooth enamel fragments
Spectrum decomposition of the angular measurements of fossil tooth enamel fragments using an automated simulated annealing (SA) procedure shows that the mix CO2- radicals generated by laboratory irradiation is significantly different to that of the natural sample. The naturally irradiated sample contains about 10% of non-oriented CO2- radicals and a mix of 35:65 orthorhombic to axial CO2- radicals. In contrast, laboratory irradiation generated about 40% of non-oriented radicals and a large...[Show more]
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