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SNO+ scintillator cocktail studies using an ${}^{90}$Y source

@article{Arushanova2016SNOSC,
  title={SNO+ scintillator cocktail studies using an \$\{\}^\{90\}\$Y source},
  author={Evelina Arushanova and Jeanne R. Wilson},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
  year={2016}
}
We present the design of an ${}^{90}$Y calibration source and its manufacturing procedure, that has been implemented in the University of Sussex radioactive laboratory. The radioactive source was first tested at the University of Sussex using a small scintillator cocktail sample. Further measurements were performed at the University of Pennsylvania using a larger volume of the scintillator cocktail. The results of both studies are presented and discussed. 

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