Use of poly(ethylene naphthalate) as a self-vetoing structural material

Efremenko, Y and Fajt, L and Febbraro, M and Fischer, F and Guitart, M and Hackett, B and Hayward, C and Hodák, R and Majorovits, B and Manzanillas, L and Muenstermann, D and Öz, E and Pjatkan, R and Pohl, M and Radford, D and Rouhana, R and Schulz, O and Štekl, I and Stommel, M (2020) Use of poly(ethylene naphthalate) as a self-vetoing structural material. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1468 (1): 012225. ISSN 1742-6588

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Poly(ethylene naphthalate), PEN, is an industrial polyester which has been shown to scintillate in the blue wavelength region. Combined with measurements of a high intrinsic radiopurity, this has sparked interest in the material for use in low-background experiments.

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