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Photoconductivity and quantum yield in germanium under the action of pulsed X-rays

Abstract

A study was made of photoconductivity in germanium induced by X-ray pulses. The excitation of the photoconductivity is characterized by true quantum yield.

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Kamoldinov, M.G. Photoconductivity and quantum yield in germanium under the action of pulsed X-rays. Soviet Physics Journal 10, 10–13 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01649465

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Keywords

  • Quantum Yield
  • Germanium
  • True Quantum
  • True Quantum Yield