An investigation of the escape peaks for a HPGe detector

Bilgici, Serdar Ziya


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X-ray escape peaks for a planar HPGe detector were investigated for a point source of photons with 59.5 keV energy. The effect of the solid angle for the incident photons on the escape probability of Ge K x-rays was studied using collimators with varying apertures. A Monte Carlo program was also developed to estimate the probability of escape for various mechanisms and routes. The experimental and simulation results showed that the escape probability is essentially constant for a wide range of collimator ra...
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Citation Formats
S. Z. Bilgici, “An investigation of the escape peaks for a HPGe detector,” Middle East Technical University, 2000.