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21 September 1994 High-pressure xenon cylindrical ionization chamber with a shielding mesh
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Construction of cylindrical ionization chamber with shielding mesh is considered. The chamber has sensitive volume 2 liters filled by xenon with pressure about 50 atm. Main characteristics of this detector such as energy resolution and efficiency of gamma-rays with energy 0.1 - 2.0 MeV are presented. It is shown that the detector energy resolution for Eequals0,662 MeV line at optimal electric field strength in the chamber is about 4%. Comparison of experimentally measured characteristics of this detector and standard scintillator NaI(T1) is fulfilled. Applications of the high pressure xenon cylindrical ionization chamber with a shielding mesh in geology, geophysics and diagnostic of oil and gas wells are considered.
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Sergey E. Ulin, Valery V. Dmitrenko, V. M. Grachev, O. N. Kondakova, S. V. Krivov, S. I. Sutchkov, Z. M. Uteshev, K. F. Vlasik, Yu. T. Yurkin, and I. V. Chernycheva "High-pressure xenon cylindrical ionization chamber with a shielding mesh", Proc. SPIE 2305, Gamma-Ray Detector Physics and Applications, (21 September 1994);


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