Gaussian Energy Broadening Function of an HPGe Detector in the Range of 40 keV to 1.46 MeV

  • Eftekhari Zadeh E
  • Feghhi S
  • Bayat E
  • et al.
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Abstract

High-purity germanium (HPGe) detectors are widely used in nuclear spectroscopy (e.g., neutron activation analysis) due to their high resolution. Resolution function of a GMX series coaxial detector system (model number GMX40P4-83) in the range of 40 keV to 1.46 MeV has been measured using standard γ -ray sources. The energy response function also was calculated using Monte Carlo simulation through the precise modeling of the detector structure. The simulated energy response function was verified with the measured energy response function obtained using calibration sources. A new approach was used and the agreement between both results has been improved.

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Eftekhari Zadeh, E., Feghhi, S. A. H., Bayat, E., & Roshani, G. H. (2014). Gaussian Energy Broadening Function of an HPGe Detector in the Range of 40 keV to 1.46 MeV. Journal of Experimental Physics, 2014, 1–4. https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/623683

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