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Synthesis and Characterization of Gd₂O₂SO₄:Pr⁺³ Scintillation Material Produced by Sol-Gel Process for Digital Imaging System

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Scintillation materials are widely used in digital X-ray imaging applications, radiotherapy applications coupled with suitable photoreceptors. Gd₂O₂SO₄ (GOS) scintillator doped with trivalent praseodymium (Pr⁺³) presented high X-ray absorption properties and good spectral compatibility which were utilized extensively for imaging system of X-ray microscopy, soft X-ray phosphor screen for water window. In this study, GOS:0.01Pr⁺³ scintillation material was synthesized by unique sol-gel process which was not previously applied and its characterization properties were investigated. Structure and luminescence properties of GOS:Pr⁺³ were optimized by utilizing X-ray diffraction, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy, and luminescence spectroscopy.
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2017-01
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  • Dokuz Eylul University, Center for Fabrication and Application of Electronic Materials, Izmir 35390, Turkey
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  • Dokuz Eylul University, Center for Fabrication and Application of Electronic Materials, Izmir 35390, Turkey
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  • Dokuz Eylul University, Center for Fabrication and Application of Electronic Materials, Izmir 35390, Turkey
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  • Ege University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 35040 Izmir, Turkey
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  • Dokuz Eylul University, Center for Fabrication and Application of Electronic Materials, Izmir 35390, Turkey
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  • Izmir Katip Celebi University, Department of Material Science and Engineering, 35620 Izmir, Turkey
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  • Dokuz Eylul University, Center for Fabrication and Application of Electronic Materials, Izmir 35390, Turkey
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