10 January 2003 Development of large single crystal (3-inch ingot) CdZnTe for large-volume nuclear radiation detectors
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Further progress has been made in the development of the Modified Vertical Bridgman method for the growth of CdZnTe crystals for fabrication of x-ray and gamma-ray detectors to operate at room temperature. Specifically, the diameter of the grown ingots has been increased from 2 to 3 inches. High quality, large volume (up to 6 in3) twin-free single crystals have been produced. Detectors fabricated with this material show sharp energy resolution and good uniformity.
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Longxia Li, Longxia Li, Fengying Lu, Fengying Lu, Chun Lee, Chun Lee, Gomez W. Wright, Gomez W. Wright, David R. Rhiger, David R. Rhiger, Sanghamitra Sen, Sanghamitra Sen, Kanai S. Shah, Kanai S. Shah, Michael R. Squillante, Michael R. Squillante, Leonard J. Cirignano, Leonard J. Cirignano, Ralph B. James, Ralph B. James, Arnold Burger, Arnold Burger, Paul N. Luke, Paul N. Luke, Richard Olson, Richard Olson, "Development of large single crystal (3-inch ingot) CdZnTe for large-volume nuclear radiation detectors", Proc. SPIE 4784, X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors and Applications IV, (10 January 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.453826; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.453826
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