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Performances of Crystal Scintillators in a Severe Radiation Environment Caused by Gamma Rays

Yang, F and Zhang, L. Y. and Zhu, R.-Y. (2016) Performances of Crystal Scintillators in a Severe Radiation Environment Caused by Gamma Rays. Journal of Physics Conference Series, 928 . Art. No. 012032. ISSN 1742-6588. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20180125-124113538

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Abstract

Because of their superb energy resolution and detection efficiency crystal scintillators are widely used in high energy and nuclear physics experiments. A crucial issue is radiation damage. We report an investigation on γ-ray induced radiation damage in crystal scintillators of large size, including BaF_2, BGO, CeF_3, pure CsI, LSO/LYSO/LFS and PWO with an integrated dose up to 340 Mrad at a dose rate up to 1 Mrad/h. Optical and scintillation properties of these crystal samples were measured before and after irradiations. The result shows that pure CsI crystals have good radiation hardness below 100 krad. BaF_2, BGO and LYSO crystals show good radiation hardness beyond 1 Mrad. In terms of light output degradation LSO/LYSO/LFS is clearly the best among all scintillation crystals.


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Zhang, L. Y.0000-0002-0898-787X
Zhu, R.-Y.0000-0003-3091-7461
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Official Citation:F Yang et al 2017 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 928 012032
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