2014
DOI: 10.1002/pssa.201431137
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Abstract: Phone: þ33 472 43 14 53, Fax: þ33 472 43 11 30The behavior of light yield in a wide range of inorganic scintillation crystals formed by isovalent substitution of anions or cations was investigated. The correlation between improvement of light yield in mixed crystals, and the ratios of volumes occupied by the competing atoms (ions) has been analyzed. A phenomenological approach to the prediction of light yield in mixed scintillation crystals allows us to predict the optimal combination of mixing components to r… Show more

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“…The data obtained with the extended amount of mixed crystals (Figure ) confirm the trends noted in the prior study . The tendency to increase of LY with ( R a /R b ) 3 in the range of 1–1.5 (corresponding to the ionic radii ratio 1–1.15) is superseded by the inverse tendency at ( R a /R b ) 3 > 1.5.…”
Section: Phenomenological Approach To Ly Predictionsupporting
confidence: 86%
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“…The data obtained with the extended amount of mixed crystals (Figure ) confirm the trends noted in the prior study . The tendency to increase of LY with ( R a /R b ) 3 in the range of 1–1.5 (corresponding to the ionic radii ratio 1–1.15) is superseded by the inverse tendency at ( R a /R b ) 3 > 1.5.…”
Section: Phenomenological Approach To Ly Predictionsupporting
confidence: 86%
“…Following the found correlation between LY enhancement and relation of volumes occupied by the substituted atoms, this work extends the phenomenological analysis of LY in scintillators based on solid solutions (mixed crystals). Recently, the essential progress has been achieved in performance of mixed scintillators based on Eu 2+ ‐doped alkali‐earth halogenides, as well as Ce 3+ ‐doped complex oxides.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 53%
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“…This ability is enabled by the change in the strength of the crystal field acting on the activator ions and, consequently, by shifting the energy levels of Ce 3+ relative to the bottom of the conduction band. Moreover, optimization of garnet composition serves also for the enhancement of the light yield of these scintillators [14]. The most impressive results have recently been achieved in GAGG:Ce, where the scintillation yield of up to 58000 ph/MeV was demonstrated both in single crystals and transparent ceramics [13,15].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%