Scintillator Non-Proportionality: Present Understanding and Future Challenges

Scintillator non-proportionality (the fact that the conversion factor between the energy deposited in a scintillator and the number of visible photons produced is not constant) has been studied both experimentally and theoretically for ~50 years. Early research centered on the dependence of the conversion factor on the species of the ionizing radiation… (More)

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