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Effects of material improvement on CZT detectors
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Paper Abstract

CZT material quality improvement has been achieved by optimizing the crystal growth process. N-type conductivity has been measured on as-grown, undoped Cd0.9Zn0.1Te. Cd 0.85 Zn 0.15Te crystals have been grown for producing high resistivity CZT radiation detectors. The best FWHM of 57Co 122KeV spectrum was measured to be 3.7% and (µτ)e was 3x10-3 cm2V-1. The microscopic gamma ray response using a beam size of 10µm has been used to map the entire 4 mm x 4 mm detector. Several black spots indicating no signal responses were observed while all other areas showed an average of 65-70% collection efficiency. The black spots suggest that at those locations, the Te precipitates are larger than 10μm. Detailed microscopic infrared transmission measurement on the sample found that most Te precipitates have sizes of 4-6μm. Theoretical analysis of the results suggests that singly and doubly ionized TeCdVCd2 might be the shallow and deep donors previously assigned to TeCd by us.

Paper Details

Date Published: 30 August 2006
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 6319, Hard X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detector Physics and Penetrating Radiation Systems VIII, 631905 (30 August 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.683980
Show Author Affiliations
Muren Chu, Fermionics Corp. (United States)
S. Terterian, Fermionics Corp. (United States)
D. Ting, Fermionics Corp. (United States)
G. A. Carini, Brookhaven National Lab. (United States)
G. S. Camarda, Brookhaven National Lab. (United States)
A. E. Bolotnikov, Brookhaven National Lab. (United States)
R. B. James, Brookhaven National Lab. (United States)
D. Xu, Univ. of Michigan (United States)
Z. He, Univ. of Michigan (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6319:
Hard X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detector Physics and Penetrating Radiation Systems VIII
F. Patrick Doty; Larry A. Franks; Arnold Burger; H. Bradford Barber; Hans Roehrig; Ralph B. James, Editor(s)

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