Interactive modeling of scintillation pulses by visual overlay of computed pulse shapes with the raw data
Description: The modeling technique described was developed to aid in interpretation of the effects of various changes in scintillator formulations on the shape of scintillation pulses. Theoretical pulse shapes were synthesized, the system response function is folded in, and the result is overlaid on the raw data arrays. It has thus been possible to distinguish relatively unambiguously between quenching of the solvent and the solute when various heavy-atom quenchers were added to solutions of a series of substituted terphenyls. The method is found to be valuable in providing basic information about energy transfer steps in a multicomponent scintillator. (LEW)
Date: January 1, 1983
Creator: Flournoy, J.M.; Lutz, S.S.; Franks, L.A.; Ashford, C.B. & Lyons, P.B.
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