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High Resolution Gamma Ray Spectroscopy at MHz Counting Rates With LaBr _{3} Scintillators for Fusion Plasma Applications

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15 Author(s)
Nocente, M. ; EURATOM-ENEA Assoc., Ist. di Fis. del Plasma, Milan, Italy ; Tardocchi, M. ; Olariu, A. ; Olariu, S.
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High resolution γ-ray spectroscopy measurements at MHz counting rates were carried out at nuclear accelerators, combining a LaBr 3(Ce) detector with dedicated hardware and software solutions based on digitization and off-line analysis. Spectra were measured at counting rates up to 4 MHz, with little or no degradation of the energy resolution, adopting a pile up rejection algorithm. The reported results represent a step forward towards the final goal of high resolution γ-ray spectroscopy measurements on a burning plasma device.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 2 )