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“…This behavior is in good agreement with Vegard's law for solid solutions [27], which states that the crystallographic parameters of a continuous substitutional solid solution changes linearly with concentration, since the nature of the bonding is similar in the constituent phases. This result agrees very well with those reported by Sidletsky et al [28] for Y 3 (Al 1Àx Ga x ) 5 O 12 :Ce singles crystals synthesized by Czöchralski method, while diverges from those obtained by Nakatsuka et al [29] for single crystals, [24] and Y 3 Ga 5 O 12 (YGG) [25] were inserted for comparison. obtained by flux method, which shows a large deviation from the Vegard's law.…”
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“…This behavior is in good agreement with Vegard's law for solid solutions [27], which states that the crystallographic parameters of a continuous substitutional solid solution changes linearly with concentration, since the nature of the bonding is similar in the constituent phases. This result agrees very well with those reported by Sidletsky et al [28] for Y 3 (Al 1Àx Ga x ) 5 O 12 :Ce singles crystals synthesized by Czöchralski method, while diverges from those obtained by Nakatsuka et al [29] for single crystals, [24] and Y 3 Ga 5 O 12 (YGG) [25] were inserted for comparison. obtained by flux method, which shows a large deviation from the Vegard's law.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
“…Improvement of light yield was achieved in oxide scintillators as well. For example, light yield of up to 56 000 ph MeV −1 was reported for crystals of (Y,Lu,Gd) 3 (Al y Ga 1– x ) 5 O 12 garnet family and light output of 34 000 phot MeV −1 was demonstrated for Lu 2 x Gd 2–2 x SiO 5 :Ce (LGSO:Ce) silicates . However, the rate of light‐yield improvement in mixed crystals has not been systematically studied before.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…There are several mixed scintillators among them: BaBrI:Eu with the light yield of up to 112000 photlMeV, BaBrCI:Eu with light yield of 52000 phot/MeV, BaC1T:Eu with light yield of 54000 phot/MeV, BaFI:Eu with light yield of 55000 phot/MeV [1]. Improvement of light yield was achieved in oxide scintillators as well, for, example, light yield of up to 46000 phot/MeV was reported for crystals of (Y,Lu,GdMAlyGal_x)sOI2 family [2,3], and light yield of 34000 phot/MeV was demonstrated with LU2xGdz_2xSiOs:Ce (LGSO:Ce) [4].…”
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“…ll. PROCEDURE OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA EVALUATION To evaluate the behavior of light yield in mixed crystals, the available literature data on 15 systems[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16] were analyzed. Only the systems were considered where light yield (luminosity) in mixed crystals was systematically studied.…”
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