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The performance of commercial photodiodes for dosimetry in mammography

Application of the BPW-34 Photodiode for Depth Dose Measurements in the Presence of Inhomogeneities

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Angular Response of a Commercial Photodiode in Secondary Standard Fields of 90Sr/90Y Beta Radiation

Optimisation on the two-layer stack gamma detectors of CsI(Tl) coupled with a pin photodiode for non-destructive testing

Organ and effective dose evaluation in diagnostic radiology based on in-phantom dose measurements with novel photodiode-dosemeters

Organ dose and effective dose estimation in paediatric chest radiographic examinations by using pin silicon photodiode dosemeters

Fingerprint Analysis of Desmodium Triquetrum L . Based on Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography with Photodiode Array Detector Combined with Chemometrics Methods

Analysis of Six Benzodiazepines in Vitreous Humor by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Photodiode-Array Detection

Comparison of Stability-Indicating LC Methods Using Light Scattering and Photodiode Array Detection with Monolithic Column for Determination of Quinapril and Hydrochlorothiazide

Determination of ng/mL Levetiracetam using Ultra-High-Performance Liquid Chromatography–Photodiode Absorbance

Simultaneous Quantification of Eight Marker Compounds in Yongdamsagan-Tang Using a High-Performance Liquid Chromatography Equipped with Photodiode Array Detector

Multi-Residue Determination of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Residues in Animal Serum and Plasma by HPLC and Photo-Diode Array Detection


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A semiconductor diode used to detect the presence of light or to measure its intensity. It usually consists of a pn junction device in a container that focuses any light in the environment close to the junction. The device is usually biased in reverse so that in the dark the current is small; when it is illuminated the current is proportional to the amount of light falling on it. See photoelectric cell; photoelectric effect.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics — Physics.

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