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Question Relation between RESOLUTIONSCALE and intrinsic energy resolution 

Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Date: 22 Apr, 2013
From: Poer <Poer>

Hi, every expert,

  I'm not sure if I understand the property parameter, RESOLUTIONSCALE, of a certain scintillator correctly.
As I known now,  the fluctuation of photons' production for each step, 
sigma = ResolutionScale*sqrt(MeanNumberofPhotons). But what's the real meaning of ResolutionScale? 
For example, giving the intrinsic energy resolution of CsI(Tl),which is 3.6%, then is it right that  I set the
 ResolutionScale=1.036 ?
If not, then what's the correct?

I'm expecting your help and any replies will be appreciated. Thank you very much!

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1 Sad: Re: Relation between RESOLUTIONSCALE and intrinsic energy resolution   (Poer - 24 Apr, 2013)
(_ Feedback: Re: Relation between RESOLUTIONSCALE and intrinsic energy resolution   (Gumplinger Peter - 26 Apr, 2013)
(_ Note: Re: Relation between RESOLUTIONSCALE and intrinsic energy resolution   (Aram Teymurazyan - 01 Nov, 2013)
(_ Disagree: Re: Relation between RESOLUTIONSCALE and intrinsic energy resolution   (Gumplinger Peter - 01 Nov, 2013)
(_ None: Re: Relation between RESOLUTIONSCALE and intrinsic energy resolution   (Aram Teymurazyan - 01 Nov, 2013)
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