7 November 1994 X-ray scattering polarimetry with scintillating fibers of different materials
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Abstract
The linear polarization of x rays can be measured by the modulation of the azimuth distribution of scattered photons as derived from the coincident scintillations of a pair of wire- like detectors in a tight package of many. We computed the response of such an experiment by simulations with the MCNP code. We discuss the improvement of the sensitivity, in particular at lower energies, by the use of a combination of fibers of two different scintillators. Possibilities offered by the new scintillating material YAP are also discussed.
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Marco Feroci, Marco Feroci, Enrico Costa, Enrico Costa, Giorgio Matt, Giorgio Matt, Maria Nerina Cinti, Maria Nerina Cinti, Massimo Rapisarda, Massimo Rapisarda, } "X-ray scattering polarimetry with scintillating fibers of different materials", Proc. SPIE 2283, X-Ray and Ultraviolet Spectroscopy and Polarimetry, (7 November 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.193201; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.193201
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