Thermoluminescence of Biological Materials

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THERMOLUMINESCENCE may be observed from many chemical compounds, both in crystalline and in amorphous form. The compounds so far investigated have usually been mineral or synthetic materials, but there is no reason to suppose that the various salts deposited in biological materials have a structure excluding this property.

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JASIŃSKA, M., NIEWIADOMSKI, T. Thermoluminescence of Biological Materials. Nature 227, 1159–1160 (1970) doi:10.1038/2271159b0

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