Determination of the Shower Efficiency of Scintillation Detectors

  • V. N. Bolotov
  • M. I. Devishev
  • V. M. Knyazev
Conference paper
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 71)


The scintillation method has now become widespread in practical physical experiments. The use of spark (scintillation) detectors for studying phenomena due to high-energy particles requires a determination of such fundamental characteristics of the apparatus as shower efficiency.


Scintillation Counter Scintillation Detector Shower Efficiency Geiger Counter Flux Passing 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. N. Bolotov
  • M. I. Devishev
  • V. M. Knyazev

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