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One- and Two-Dimensional Position Sensitive Scintillation Detectors for Thermal Neutrons

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3 Author(s)
Kurz, R. ; Zentrallabor fÿr Elektronik der KFA Jÿlich GmbH, D-5170 Jÿlich, W-Germany ; Naday, I. ; Schelten, J.

One- and two-dimensional scintillation detectors are being developed for thermal neutrons. In both cases a digital read-out method is applied. The first one-dimensional detector is in continuous use on a neutron powder diffractometer since fall'82. The performance of this detector with respect to spatial resolution, long term stability and ¿ -sensitivity is presented. A two-dimensional scintillation detector under development will be used in a small angle neutron scattering facility. With a two-dimensional prototype detector of fifteen PM signals multiplexed into nine ADCs a sufficient resolution and a high long term stability have been achieved.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 1 )