Scintillation Materials with Disordered Garnet Structure for Novel Scintillation Detectors
The effect of the co-precipitated materials on the microstructural homogenity and elements redistribution in GGAG:Ce single crystals were investigated. The samples homogenity was confirmed with EDS analysis including both mapping and linear scanning. Both methods demonstrate the lack of elements segregation in samples.
Authors are grateful to Baker Hughes a GE Company for support of this activity. This work has also been supported by grant N14.W03.31.0004 from the Government of the Russian Federation.
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