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Radiation Sensors with 3D Electrodes



Written by the leading names in this field, this book introduces the technical properties, design and fabrication details, measurement results, and applications of three-dimensional silicon radiation sensors. Such devices are currently used in the ATLAS experiment at the European Centre for Particle Physics (CERN) for particle tracking in high energy physics.

These sensors are the radiation hardest devices ever fabricated and have applications in ground-breaking research in neutron detection, medical dosimetry and space technologies and more. Chapters explore the essential features of silicon particle detectors, interactions of radiation with matter, radiation damage effects, and micro-fabrication, in addition to a providing historical overview of the field. This book will be a key reference for students and researchers working with sensor technologies.

Features:

The first book dedicated to this unique and growing subject area, which is also widely applicable in high-energy physics, medical physics, space science and beyond
Authored by Sherwood Parker, the inventor of the concept of 3D detectors; Cinzia Da Vià, who has brought 3DSi technology to application; and Gian-Franco Dalla Betta, a leading figure in the design and fabrication technology of these devices
Explains to non-experts the essential features of silicon particle detectors, interactions of radiation with matter, radiation damage effects, and micro-fabrication


Ketersediaan

B6011/613324/1816539.77 CIN RPERPUSTAKAAN BAPETEN (500)Tersedia

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Judul Seri
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No. Panggil
539.77 CIN R
Penerbit CRC Press : New York.,
Deskripsi Fisik
X, 225p.:illus, 24 cm
Bahasa
English
ISBN/ISSN
9781498782234
Klasifikasi
NONE
Tipe Isi
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Tipe Media
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Tipe Pembawa
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Edisi
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Subyek
Info Detil Spesifik
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Pernyataan Tanggungjawab

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JudulEdisiBahasa
Semiconductor Radiation Detectors (Series In Sensors)en



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