scintillator

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scin·til·la·tor

(sin'ti-lā'tŏr, -tōr),
A substance that emits visible light when hit by a subatomic particle or by an x-ray or gamma ray.
See also: scintillation counter.

scin·til·la·tor

(sin'ti-lā-tŏr)
A substance that emits visible light when hit by a subatomic particle x-ray or gamma ray.
See also: scintillation counter
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(2015) Cesium hafnium chloride: a high light yield, non-hygroscopic cubic crystal scintillator for gamma spectroscopy.
[ClickPress, Fri Jul 26 2019] Optical ceramics may be defined as transparent polycrystalline materials that could be used in place of single crystal scintillators. Ceramic fabrication methods are adopted for their production and the scintillator material chosen should be transparent in its emission wavelength.