Time projection chambers are useful for high energy particle physics, nuclear physics, and astronomy. Argonne’s novel functional bilayer thin film coatings enhance particle detection efficiency and projection chamber performance.
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- Argonne researchers have invented functional bilayer thin film coatings based on the atomic layer deposition methods to enhance the particle detection efficiency and performance of the projection chambers.
- Argonne researchers have invented an enhanced electron amplifier structure.Intellectual Property Available to License
Argonne’s enhanced electron amplifier structure includes a substrate that amplifies incident particle signal and a novel layer that enhances substrate sensitivity to the incident particle.
- Argonne researchers have invented a novel method of depositing fluoride thin films.Intellectual Property Available to License
Alkaline earth metal fluorides have various optical applications due to their fascinating property of exhibiting high transparency, ranging from wavelengths in vacuum ultraviolet to the long infrared spectrum. Argonne’s novel method for depositing fluoride thin films uses very low temperatures and results in epitaxial growth.
- Enhanced electron amplifier structure (ANL-IN-15-123)Intellectual Property Available to License
An electron amplifier structure or an electron multiplier may be used as a component in a detector system to detect low levels of electrons, ions, or photons. Argonne’s novel method leads to enhanced electronic signal detection sensitivity.