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28 September 2007 Radioluminescence and radiation effects in metal organic framework materials
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We have synthesized and tested new highly fluorescent metal organic framework (MOF) materials based on stilbene dicarboxylic acid as a linker. The crystal structure and porosity of the product are dependent on synthetic conditions and choice of solvent and a low-density cubic form has been identified by x-ray diffraction. In this work we report experiments demonstrating scintillation properties of these crystals. Bright proton-induced luminescence with large shifts relative to the fluorescence excitation spectra were recorded, peaking near 475 nm. Tolerance to fast proton radiation was evaluated by monitoring this radio-luminescence to absorbed doses of several hundred MRAD.
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F. P. Doty, C. A. Bauer, P. G. Grant, B. A. Simmons, A. J. Skulan, and M. D. Allendorf "Radioluminescence and radiation effects in metal organic framework materials", Proc. SPIE 6707, Penetrating Radiation Systems and Applications VIII, 67070F (28 September 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.740829
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