Transforming a 1x4" LaBr3 detector in to 4pcs 1x1"

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Transforming a 1x4" LaBr3 detector in to 4pcs 1x1"

Post by luuk » 25 Nov 2022, 23:38

Hi guys,
I did some work on a 1x4" LaBr3 high resolution detector from Pavlos.
Interested? please read the pdf.
Luuk
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Re: Transforming a 1x4" LaBr3 detector in to 4pcs 1x1"

Post by iRad » 25 Nov 2022, 23:56

Luuk - Very nice work and results. It's so rare to get an inside look into the process of refurbishing crystals of this type. Thank you very much for the opportunity and also all your detailed information for the processes and reasoning behind it. Thanks also to Pavlos for making it possible... and Congratulations!
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Re: Transforming a 1x4" LaBr3 detector in to 4pcs 1x1"

Post by Sesselmann » 27 Nov 2022, 21:47

Luuk,

Thanks for posting, very impressive work and the end result is 4 beautiful detectors, this was definitely worth doing.

Lucky Luuke has access to all the right tools 😉

Steven

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Re: Transforming a 1x4" LaBr3 detector in to 4pcs 1x1"

Post by NuclearPhoenix » 28 Nov 2022, 21:10

Luuk,

very interesting work and great end results!
Thanks for posting all the amazing things you do, keep it up! :)

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Post by Svilen » 06 Dec 2022, 06:43

Outstanding job again, Luuk! Thanks for posting.
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Re: Transforming a 1x4" LaBr3 detector in to 4pcs 1x1"

Post by luuk » 10 Dec 2022, 04:13

Thanks guys,\
For all your positive comment.
And for Steven, it is not just to have all the right tools, but you need a little bit of skills as well. :-)
Luuk

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