Lithium Aluminate Crystals as Scintillator for Thermal Neutron Detection


Undoped and Cu<sup>+</sup>-doped lithium aluminate LiAlO<sub>2</sub> singe crystals have been grown using micro-pulling down (&#x03BC; -PD) technique. After cutting and polishing, optical properties and scintillation characteristics of the crystals were examined. From the transmittance measurements, Cu<sup>+</sup>-doped crystal showed absorption band around… (More)

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@article{Fujimoto2012LithiumAC, title={Lithium Aluminate Crystals as Scintillator for Thermal Neutron Detection}, author={Yasushi Fujimoto and Kei Kamada and Takayuki Yanagida and Noriaki Kawaguchi and Shunsuke Kurosawa and Daisuke Totsuka and K. Fukuda and K. Watanabe and Atsushi Yamazaki and Yuui Yokota and Akira Yoshikawa}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science}, year={2012}, volume={59}, pages={2252-2255} }