Scintillator

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Type Purpose <100keV X-rays 100keV to 5MeV gamma rays X >5MeV gamma rays Fast neutrons Alphas, betas Charged particles,cosmic rays, muons, protons, etc. Light Output,

%NaI(Ti)

Rise Time, [ns] Decay Time [ns] Pulse Width, FWHM, [ns] Wavelength of Max. Emission, [nm] Lower wavelength cutoff [nm] ref
Plastic Scintillators Special purposes BC-408 BC-412 BC-400 BC-416 BC-412 BC-416 BC-404 BC-408 BC-408 BC-412 BC-416 60-70

(BC-416: 38)

0.7-1 1.8-3.3 2-4 408-434 (1,2)
LYSO:Ce high-energy physics ? ? ? ? ? ? ~75% ? 42+-5 ? 420 ? [1]
NaI(Ti) General purpose, good energy resolution x x x - - x 100 250 415 (2)
CsI(Ti) High Z, rugged, good match to photodiodes x x x - - x 85 630 550 (2)
BGO High Z, compact detector, low afterglow >20keV x x - - x 20 300 480 320 (2)
  • (1) "BC-400,BC-404,BC-408,BC-412,BC-416 Premium Plastic Scintillators", Saint-Gobain Crystals [2]
  • (2) Scintillation Materials and Assemblies, Saint-Gobain Crystals [3]

ref: Wikipedia: Gammaspektroskopie

siehe auch: PMT (Photo Multiplier Tubes)