Scintillation counter

LD 559901
Scintillation counter
  4  Scintillation counter

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Description

For the detection of β-, γ - and x-ray fluorescence radiation (intensity measurement, e.g. with experiments on absorption) as well as for measurements on their respective quantum energies. Thallium-doped sodium iodide crystal with thin aluminium housing to protect from stray light. Crystal permanently coupled to photomultiplier, which is shielded against magnetic fields.

Technical data

  • Scintillator:
    Crystal: NaJ (Ti)
    Diameter: 38.1 mm
    Thickness: 50.8 mm
    Aluminium shielding: 0.4 mm
  • Secondary electron photomultiplier:
    Bialkali photocathode
    Diameter: 50.8 mm
    Sensitivity: max. 370 nm
    Quantum yield: 22 % approx.
    Photocathode material: bialkali
    Number of dynodes: 10
    Dynode material: K2CsSb
    Typical operating voltage: 800 V ±200 V,
    stabilized
  • Energy required for radiation:
    Eγ >15 keV
    Eβ >550 keV
  • Energy resolution: 7.5% at 662 keV
  • Length: 25 cm
  • Diameter: 6 cm

Related Documents

PDF (Instruction Sheet) PDF (Instruction Sheet) [559 901] Scintillation counter
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.5.1 Detecting ? radiation with a scintillation counter
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.5.2 Recording and calibrating a ? spectrum
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.5.3 Absorption of ? radiation
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.5.4 Identifying and determining the activity of radioactive samples
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.5.5 Recording a ß spectrum with a scintillation counter
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.5.6 Coincidence and ?-? angular correlation in positron decay
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.5.7 Coincidence at ? decay of cobalt
PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) PDF (Description from CASSY Lab) P6.5.6.1 Quantitative observation of the Compton effect
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