Paul J. R. Leblans

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The most successful digital radiography detectors to date have been storage phosphor plates used in computed radiography (CR). The detector is cheap, has good producibility, and is robust. Direct radiography (DR) systems are being developed based on flat-panel technology. Better image quality is claimed for some DR systems. On the other hand, DR detectors(More)
The electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectrum of needle image plates of CsBr doped with Eu(2+), which are proposed as new X-ray storage phosphors for computed radiography, is studied at room temperature and Q-band microwave frequencies (34 GHz). X-ray diffraction analysis demonstrates that the CsBr:Eu(2+) needles have an 001 out of plane (perpendicular(More)
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