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The BiPo-3 detector

Abstract : The BiPo-3 detector is a low radioactive detector dedicated to measuring ultra-low natural contaminations of 208 Tl and 214 Bi in thin materials, initially developed to measure the radiopurity of the double β decay source foils of the SuperNEMO experiment at the μBq/kg level. The BiPo-3 technique consists in installing the foil of interest between two thin ultra-radiopure scintillators coupled to low radioactive photomultipliers. The design and performances of the detector are presented.
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P. Loaiza, A.S. Barabash, A. Basharina-Freshville, E. Birdsall, S. Blondel, et al.. The BiPo-3 detector. Appl.Radiat.Isot., 2017, 123, pp.54-59. ⟨10.1016/j.apradiso.2017.01.021⟩. ⟨hal-01554847⟩



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