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Scintillation Characteristics of {\rm Ce}:{\rm Gd}_{2}{\rm Si}_{2}{\rm O}_{7} (Ce 2.5–30 mol%) Single Crystals Prepared by the Floating Zone Method

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Cerium-doped gadolinium pyrosilicate single crystals Ce:Gd2Si2O7 (Ce:GPS) with various Ce concentrations of 2.5-30 mol% with respect to the total rare-earth sites were prepared by the floating zone method. Their scintillation performances were investigated under irradiation of gamma rays of 137Cs. The Ce concentration dependence of scintillation characteristics and high-performance scintillation characteristics were obtained: 3-6 times greater light output than that of BGO single crystals, rapid decay, and good energy resolutions of 5.1-8.4%. Furthermore, X-ray diffraction patterns of Ce:GPS revealed Ce concentration dependence of the crystal structure of Ce:GPS.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:56 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2009

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