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  RP/061  

Gating of photomultipliers 

  RP/062  

Reducing Noise in photomultipliers

  RP/063  

Basic physics and statistics of photomultipliers

  RP/064  

Photomultipliers - Space charge effects and transit time spread

  RP/065  

Design of photomultiplier output circuits for optimum amplitude or time response

  RP/066  

A comparison of current measurement with photon counting in the use of photomultiplier tubes

  RP/067  

Test parameters and general operating rules for photomultipliers

  RP/068  

Sources of noise in photomultiplier tubes

  RP/069  

Voltage divider design

  RP/075   An investigation of photomultiplier background
  RP/076   Determination of the multiplier gain of a photomultiplier
  RP/079   Metal ceramic photomultiplier for oil well logging
  RP/080   A Monte Carlo simulation of photomultiplier resolution
  RP/081   The determination of photomultiplier temperature coefficients for gain and spectral sensitivity using the photon counting technique
  RP/082   Effect of radioactivity in photomultipliers for sensitve instrumentation
  RP/083   Theoretical and practical considerations in the use of photomultipliers for low light level measurements
  RP/084   Integral electromagnetic shields
  RP/085   Photomultiplier voltage dividers
  RP/086   Microphony in photomultipliers
  RP/087   Photomultipliers: their importance in ATP work
  RP/089   Light sensors and detection methods for TLD
  RP/090   Optimal use of photomultipliers for chemiluminescence and bioluminescence applications
  RP/091   Absolute calibration of photomultiplier based detectors - difficulties and uncertainties
  RP/092   Photomultipliers for low background applications
  RP/094   The use of amplifiers with photomultipliers
  RP/095   Match the detector spectral response to that of the source
  RP/097   Multi-channel high voltage and control system for photomultipliers
  RP/098   Fast timing with slow scintillators
  RP/099   Fast timing with inorganic scintillators
  RP/100   Photomultiplier dark current induced by the natural and cosmic ray background
  RP/101   The effect of exposure to helium on photomultiplier performance and lifetime

 

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