Abstract

A simple and sensitive method has been developed to produce photographs of thermoluminescence in minerals. Placing an X-irradiated mineral in direct contact with a photographic emulsion forms images with a sensitivity comparable to photomultiplier tubes and with resolution of particles 10 μm in size. Some geological and paleontological applications are also discussed.

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