17 May 2010 Professional and household dosimeters for UV biologically active ranges of solar radiation on the basis of ZnSe semiconductor-metal nanostructures
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Development is reported of a small-sized ultraviolet (UV) radiometer designed for measurements of energy characteristics of UV radiation - energy illuminance and energy exposure. Main characteristics are considered of nZnSe(O, Te)/Ni Schottky structures created for the developed UV radiometer and used as UV sensors. Characteristics are presented of optical glass filters and interference light filters designed for separation of different biologically relevant UV spectral regions.
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Volodymyr D. Ryzhikov, Volodymyr D. Ryzhikov, Gennadiy M. Onyshchenko, Gennadiy M. Onyshchenko, Craig F. Smith, Craig F. Smith, Oleksandr D. Opolonin, Oleksandr D. Opolonin, Olena K. Lysetska, Olena K. Lysetska, Leonid A. Piven', Leonid A. Piven', Igor M. Zenya, Igor M. Zenya, Olexiy V. Volkov, Olexiy V. Volkov, Evgeniy F. Voronkin, Evgeniy F. Voronkin, Sergey N. Galkin, Sergey N. Galkin, Igor Bendeberia, Igor Bendeberia, Konstantin Katrunov, Konstantin Katrunov, } "Professional and household dosimeters for UV biologically active ranges of solar radiation on the basis of ZnSe semiconductor-metal nanostructures", Proc. SPIE 7715, Biophotonics: Photonic Solutions for Better Health Care II, 77151Q (17 May 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.853665; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.853665
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