1 May 2008 Neutron imaging camera
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The Neutron Imaging Camera (NIC) is based on the Three-dimensional Track Imager (3_DTI) technology developed at GSFC for gamma-ray astrophysics applications. The 3-DTI, a large volume time-projection chamber, provides accurate, ~0.4 mm resolution, 3-D tracking of charged particles. The incident direction of fast neutrons, En > 0.5 MeV, are reconstructed from the momenta and energies of the proton and triton fragments resulting from 3He(n,p)3H interactions in the 3-DTI volume. The performance of the NIC from laboratory is presented.
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S. D. Hunter, S. D. Hunter, G. A de Nolfo, G. A de Nolfo, L. M Barbier, L. M Barbier, J. T Link, J. T Link, S. Son, S. Son, S. R Floyd, S. R Floyd, N. Guardala, N. Guardala, M. Skopec, M. Skopec, B. Stark, B. Stark, } "Neutron imaging camera", Proc. SPIE 6954, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing IX, 695415 (1 May 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.777167; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.777167


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