Citations - van der Heide Uulke

CONCLUSION: The GEM EPID exhibits dose rate dependence and linearity within 1%, and negligible ghosting and image lag. In this regard, it performs particularly well using 50 V and 250 V of gain, and either could be chosen. For higher sensitivity 250 V is the recommended base gain setting, though... Read more
Published on: 2021-01-13
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Daniel Muñoz
CONCLUSION: The GEM EPID exhibits dose rate dependence and linearity within 1%, and negligible ghosting and image lag. In this regard, it performs particularly well using 50 V and 250 V of gain, and either could be chosen. For higher sensitivity 250 V is the recommended base gain setting, though... Read more
Published on: 2021-01-13
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Daniel Muñoz
CONCLUSION: The GEM EPID exhibits dose rate dependence and linearity within 1%, and negligible ghosting and image lag. In this regard, it performs particularly well using 50 V and 250 V of gain, and either could be chosen. For higher sensitivity 250 V is the recommended base gain setting, though... Read more
Published on: 2021-01-13
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Daniel Muñoz
CONCLUSION: The GEM EPID exhibits dose rate dependence and linearity within 1%, and negligible ghosting and image lag. In this regard, it performs particularly well using 50 V and 250 V of gain, and either could be chosen. For higher sensitivity 250 V is the recommended base gain setting, though... Read more
Published on: 2021-01-13
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Daniel Muñoz
CONCLUSION: The GEM EPID exhibits dose rate dependence and linearity within 1%, and negligible ghosting and image lag. In this regard, it performs particularly well using 50 V and 250 V of gain, and either could be chosen. For higher sensitivity 250 V is the recommended base gain setting, though... Read more
Published on: 2021-01-13
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Daniel Muñoz
CONCLUSION: The GEM EPID exhibits dose rate dependence and linearity within 1%, and negligible ghosting and image lag. In this regard, it performs particularly well using 50 V and 250 V of gain, and either could be chosen. For higher sensitivity 250 V is the recommended base gain setting, though... Read more
Published on: 2021-01-13
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Daniel Muñoz
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Published on: 2021-01-02
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Marianne C Aznar
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Published on: 2020-12-20
Source: van der Heide Uulke
By: Dietmar Georg

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