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19 December 2001 Electrical properties of polycrystalline mercuric iodide x-ray detectors
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New results for polycrystalline HgI2 detectors are reported here. Due to its decent electrical properties and high stopping power for X-rays and gamma rays, HgI2 is a good candidate for many medical imaging applications. HgI2 were deposited by a hot wall Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) method, and the electrical properties of the films, including X-ray response and dark current data are reported. Results of imaging capabilities and spatial resolution obtained by polycrystalline HgI2 deposited onto a 2'x2' TFT imaging array on an amorphous silicon substrate are also given. These tests were carried out at Xerox-PARC Research Center.
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Haim Hermon, Robert A. Street, Leonid Melekhov, Asaf Zuck, Alexander I. Vilensky, Steve E. Ready, George Zentai, Michael M. Schieber, and Larry D. Partain "Electrical properties of polycrystalline mercuric iodide x-ray detectors", Proc. SPIE 4508, Penetrating Radiation Systems and Applications III, (19 December 2001);


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