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Quantum efficiency and linearity of 16 phosphors in the soft-x-ray regime

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Phosphors have been used for decades in the conversion of soft x rays into visible photons for detection by solid-state devices or photomultipliers. However there have been few studies of the quantum efficiency or structure of phosphors in the soft-x-ray region. Here we present measurements of the quantum efficiency and flux linearity and discuss surface recombination-induced structure in 16 phosphors.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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