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Infra-Red Signature Neutron Detector Disclosure Number 200802148 Technology Summary (Supplemental to ID-1791 S-108,790) A method of detecting an activator, the method including impinging with an activator a receptor material that includes a photoluminescent material that generates infrared radiation and generating a by-product of a radioactive decay due t…

Neutron-Sensitive Anger Camera UT-B ID 201202786 With the worldwide shortage of 3He, used in most neutron detectors, people have been scrambling to find safe, effective, inexpensive alternatives. The current invention modifies the Anger camera, developed for gamma detection, for use as a neutron detector. This modified Anger camera retains the desirable characteristics of 3He detectors and thus f…

Digital Discrimination Methods for Gamma-Insensitive Neutron Detectors Digital Discrimination Methods for Gamma-Insensitive Neutron Detectors Disclosure Number 201403354 Technology Summary The invention relates to neutron anger cameras and more specifically to improved methods for neutron-gamma discrimination. A series of digital methods allowing the discrimination between neutron a…

Neutron Detector With Boron Lined Internal Structures Disclosure Number 201002404 Technology Summary Helium-3 is now so scarce as to be practically unavailable. Boron-10 is a well-known neutron converter isotope with energetic charged daughter particles. All known boron gaseous boron compounds are highly toxic and thus considered unsuitable for widespread…

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Handheld Inherently-Directional Neutron Detector Disclosure Number 201603655 Technology Summary The invention relates to detection of neutron sources and more specifically to a hand-held neutron detector. Special Nuclear Materials (SNM) and radioactive sources, many of which emit neutrons, are a concern for a wide variety of organizations and programs, from Homeland Security to health p…

Improvements to Neutron Detectors Disclosure Number 200902344 Technology Summary The technique allows the use of different materials in gaseous detector for neutron detection. It combines the advantages of high efficiency and low parallax errors inherent to solid converters with all the attractive characteristics (large areas, high dynamic range,helium-fr…

Readout for Gas-Filled Shell-Based Neutron Detector Using Charge Sensitive Preamplifiers Readout for Gas-Filled Shell-Based Neutron Detector Using Charge Sensitive Preamplifiers Disclosure Number 200501534 Technology Summary Readout methods are described for shell-based neutron detector. The method is distinct from that of disclosure 1383, S-101,981, Det…

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Shifting Scintillator Neutron Detector Disclosure Number 200902331 Technology Summary The Shifting Scintillator Neutron Detector is used to detect thermal neutrons while rejecting gamma radiation events. The current detector has a resolution that can be altered to meet the requirements of the application. The detector has high neutron capture efficiency a…

Lithiated Glass Scintillating-Particle Neutron Detector A unique neutron detector developed at ORNL features a matrix material that uses scintillating particles, suspended in glass, to detect neutron radiation. The technology enables a wide variety of non-neutron scintillators to be used for neutron detection, with properties tooled for the specific type of detection required. This detector holds…

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SCR Neutrondetecter R1 Sensors and Controls Research Oak Ridge National Laboratory is developing a new type of neutron detector intended to provide improved neutron detection efficiency and gamma-ray rejection at a lower cost than current-generation, field-deployable neutron detection technologies. The new neutron sensor is based on small, gas-filled, glass shells with external electrodes. The …

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