Development of InP solid state detector and liquid scintillator containing indium complexes for a measurement of pp/7Be solar neutrinos

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Aithousa Mitropoulos ()

Aithousa Mitropoulos

Megaron, Athens - Greece


Prof. Yoshiyuki Fukuda (Miyagi University of Education)


A large volume radiation detectors using a semi-insulating Indium Phosphide (InP) photodiode have been developed for Indium Project on Neutrinos Observeation for Solar interior (IPNOS) experiment. The volume has achieved to 20 mm^3, and this is world largest size among InP detector observed gamma-rays at hundred keV region. This detector was desined to measure the scintillation light from Liquid Xenon in order to detect gammas emitted by excited state of 115Sn decay. For another possibility for IPNOS experiment, we have also developed an organic liquid scintillaor which contains indium complexes, and the luminescence of indium complexes was studied. Here we report the performance of InP detector and the gamma-ray-induced luminescence of indium complexes containing 8-quinolinol ligand.

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Prof. Yoshiyuki Fukuda (Miyagi University of Education)


Dr Hiroyuki Sekiya (ICRR, University of Tokyo) Prof. Kayoko Kasai (Miyagi University of Education) Prof. Shigetaka Moriyama (ICRR, University of Tokyo) Dr Toshio Namba (ICEPP, University of Tokyo)

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