Characterization of X-Ray Imaging Properties of PbI 2 Films

@inproceedings{Shah1997CharacterizationOX,
  title={Characterization of X-Ray Imaging Properties of PbI 2 Films},
  author={Kanai S. Shah and Paul R. Bennett and Leonard J. Cirignano and Y. Dmitriyev and Michael Klugerman and Krishna C. Mandal and Larry P. Moy and Robert A. Street},
  year={1997}
}
This paper describes the recent research in developing vacuum sublimed lead iodide films for X-ray imaging. Lead iodide films are promising for this application due to their low dark current, high stopping efficiency, reasonably good charge transport, low cost, and relatively easy scale-up. Lead iodide films (up to 5 x 5 cm{sup 2} area) have been grown and characterized by measuring their X-ray imaging properties such as spatial resolution, and contrast transfer function. Excellent spatial… CONTINUE READING

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