Glass-fiber-based neutron detectors for high- and low-flux environments

@inproceedings{Bliss1995GlassfiberbasedND,
  title={Glass-fiber-based neutron detectors for high- and low-flux environments},
  author={M. Bliss and R. Brodzinski and R. A. Craig and B. D. Geelhood and M. Knopf and H. Miley and R. Perkins and P. Reeder and D. S. Sunberg and R. Warner and N. Wogman},
  booktitle={Optics & Photonics},
  year={1995}
}
Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL) has fabricated cerium-activated lithium silicate scintillating fibers via a hot-downdraw process. These fibers typically have a operational transmission length (e-1 length) of greater than 2 meters. This permits the fabrication of devices which were not possible to consider. Scintillating fibers permit conformable devices, large-area devices, and extremely small devices; in addition, as the thermal-neutron sensitive elements in a fast neutron detection system… Expand
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