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First 3D-printed complex inorganic polycrystalline scintillator

First 3D-printed complex inorganic polycrystalline scintillator
A. A. Fedorov, P. V. Evdokimov, P. V. Karpyuk, M. V. Korjik, V. I. Putlayev, A. E. Borisevich, G. A. Dosovitskiy, A. E. Dosovitskiy, V. A. Mechinsky, D. E. Kuznetsova
Polycrystalline scintillator YAG:Ce was 3D-printed using stereophotolithography and sintered; it has shown light yield 60% higher than YAG:Ce single crystal.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CE/~3/DgAvBWSpG7Y/C7CE00541E

DOI: 2017/CE/C7CE00541E

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