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Towards a novel dosimetry system using acrylic disk radiation sensor for proton pencil beam scanning.

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Summary of "Towards a novel dosimetry system using acrylic disk radiation sensor for proton pencil beam scanning."

Fabricate an acrylic disk radiation sensor (ADRS) and characterize the photoluminescence signal generated from the optical device as basis for the development and evaluation of a new dosimetry system for pencil beam proton therapy.

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Name: Medical physics
ISSN: 2473-4209
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