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Neutron radiography.
  • A. R. Spowart
  • Medicine
  • Journal of physics E: Scientific instruments
  • 18 October 1969
who obtained their training locally in medical schools in India, Pakistan, Singapore, and Hong Kong, a high proportion in the developing Commonwealth received their education in the United Kingdom.Expand
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Measurement of the absolute scintillation efficiency of granular and glass neutron scintillators
Abstract Measurements of the absolute scintillation efficiency of granular and glass neutron scintillators have been made by activating the scintillators in a parallel collimated thermal neutronExpand
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Energy transfer in cerium-activated silicate glasses
Measurements of luminescence efficiency under UV and charged-particle excitation as a function of temperature down to 4K are reported for cerium-activated magnesium aluminosilicate glassExpand
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Neutron scintillating glasses: Part 1. Activation by external charged particles and thermal neutrons
A synopsis of the development of amorphous glass scintillators for thermal neutron detection via the 6Li(n, α) is given. The complete, available, range of commercial scintillators have been testedExpand
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Neutron scintillating glasses part III pulse decay time measurements at room temperature
Abstract Measurements of the decay times at room temperature as function of mode of excitation are reported. The contrast in pulse shape under excitation by UV light and neutrons and chargedExpand
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Use of a 1011 n/sec neutron generator for neutron radiography
Abstract Although the experiment is still at an early stage, it is already clear that the unit can produce useful neutron radiographs of a variety of specimens with exposure times varying from 5–30Expand
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Neutron scintillating glasses: Part II: The effects of temperature on pulse height and conductivity
Abstract Strong variations of 3 6 Li(n, α) pulse height with temperature variations in the range 77–500K are reported in a series of lithium silicate glass detectors for thermal neutrons. These areExpand
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Advances in terbium-doped, lithium-loaded scintillator glass development
Abstract Terbium-doped, lithium-loaded glass scintillator samples were fabricated for improvement in neutron detection capability and light output. Samples were tested with both UV and neutronExpand
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Measurement of the gamma sensitivity of granular and glass neutron scintillators and films
Abstract Following on an earlier paper in this Journal, the author has now measured the gamma sensitivity of granular and glass neutron scintillators using calibrated gamma sources in the energyExpand
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Scintillator fiber optic long counter for neutron detection
A fiber optic long counter for neutron detection has been developed which uses 30 cm long, 6Li-loaded Tb3+-doped scintillator fiber optics as the detection element. The element is surrounded byExpand
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