Valery I. Chani

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In order to develop novel scintillating materials, we grew 0.5 mol%, 1 mol%, and 3 mol% Nd-doped LuLiF<sub>4</sub> scintillators by the micro-pulling down method, because LuLiF<sub>4</sub> has a very wide band gap and Nd<sup>3+</sup> shows fast and intense 5d-4f emission as a luminescence center. The transmittance and emission peaks were examined in these(More)
In order to search for a new scintillation material consisting of tantalum (Ta) with a high atomic number of 73, we have investigated scintillation properties of langasite type crystal containing Ta. Non-doped Ca<sub>3</sub>TaGa<sub>3</sub>Si<sub>2</sub>O<sub>14</sub> (CTGS), which is well known as a piezoelectric material, was grown by the Czochralski(More)
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