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Organic scintillation detectors counting of low-energy beta emitters by Eric Schram

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, London .
Written in English


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Statementby E. Schram ; with a chapter on scintillation equipment by R. Lombaert.
SeriesElsevier monographs -- 27
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Open LibraryOL20073616M

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  This text discusses liquid scintillator solvents, the vacuum ultraviolet excited luminescence of organic systems, and the application of scintillation counters to the assay of bioluminescence. Also covered are topics such as scintillation decay and absolute efficiencies in organic liquid scintillators, Book Edition: 1. Also covered are topics such as scintillation decay and absolute efficiencies in organic liquid scintillators, dose rate saturation in plastic scintillators, and the mass measurements in a liquid scintillation spectrometer. The book is recommended for physicists who would like to know more about the advancements in the field of organic and liquid scintillation and its applications. Organic Scintillators and Scintillation Counting - Kindle edition by Donald Horrocks. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Organic Scintillators and Scintillation : $ The scintillation emission of a typical plastic scintillator has a maximum around nm. Plastic scintillators are characterized by a relatively large light output — typically % of NaI(Tl) — and a short decay time of around 2 ns. This makes the material suited for fast timing measurements.

Organic Scintillators. Organic scintillators are kinds of organic materials that provide detectable photons in the visible part of the light spectrum, following the passage of a charged particle or a photon. The scintillation mechanism in organic materials is quite different from the mechanism in inorganic crystals. In inorganic scintillators, e.g. III. Scintillation Detectors Summary of practical inorganic scintillator materials (from Derenzo) λmax τf ρ Photons Material Form (nm) (ns) (g/cm 3) per MeV NaI(Tl) (20 °C) crysta l 38, pure NaI ( °C) crystal 60 76, Bi 4Ge 3O 12 (20 °C) crystal 8, processed in the same way as pulses from proportional counters, semiconductor detectors etc. The whole point of scintillation detectors is that we want to produce a large light output in the visible range. There are two commonly used types of scintillators, inorganic crystals and organic scintillators. 2. Transparency of detector to its own fluorescent radiation, so light can be propagated 3. Light emission in spectral range that matches photomulitplier 4. Short decay constant τ 6 types of scintillator materials are used: Organic crystals, organic liquids, plastics, inorganic crystals, gases, glasses.

Instrumentation in Nuclear Medicine discusses both the fundamentals and the developments of important instruments used in nuclear medicine. Both theoretical and experimental aspects of the field are presented together, with specific information on its applications. The book is divided into four parts. A functional diagram of a scintillation detector is shown in Fig. 1. The energy of the incident radiation is converted to light in the scintillator. The reflector and optical coupling ensure that this light is transmitted efficiently to the photocathode, where the light energy is converted to a burst of photoelectrons. organic liquid scintillation detectors; (b) vehicle RPM consisting of four cm diameter EJ cylindrical active volume organic scintillation detectors and one 25x25x10 cm3 BCA liquid detector. Both RPMs used two web-cameras and motion detection software as a . The second type of radiation detector we will discuss is called the scintillation detector. Scintillations are minute flashes of light which are produced by certain materials when they absorb radiation. These materials are variously called fluorescent materials, fluors, scintillators or phosphors.