Corpus ID: 141390756

Optimization of the Alpha Energy Deposited in Radioluminescence Thin Film for Alphaphotovoltaic Application

@inproceedings{Purbandari2019OptimizationOT,
  title={Optimization of the Alpha Energy Deposited in Radioluminescence Thin Film for Alphaphotovoltaic Application},
  author={Dessy Purbandari and F. Ferdiansjah and T. Sujitno},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract. Activated zinc sulfide (ZnS) is a semiconductor material which able to emit photon in the form of visible light when expose to external energy. The capability of activated ZnS, mainly doped with silver (Ag) and copper (Cu), to convert radiation become light to make it potentially applicable as the radioluminescent thin film for alphaphotovoltaic-type nuclear battery. One of the important specifications of the radioluminescence layer that influences the fluorescence efficiency is the… Expand