A novel detector for high neutron flux measurements

Singo T.D. ; Papka P. ; Wyngaardt S.M. ; Dobson R.T. (2009)

Conference Paper

Measuring alpha particles from a neutron induced break-up reaction with a mass spectrometer can be an excellent tool for detecting neutrons in a high neutron flux environment. Break-up reactions of 6Li and 12C can be used in the detection of slow and fast neutrons, respectively. A high neutron flux detection system that integrates the neutron energy sensitive material and helium mass spectrometer has been developed. The description of the detector configuration is given and it is soon to be tested at iThemba LABS, South Africa. © 2009 American Institute of Physics.

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