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Re: None Re: Silicon Single Photon Avalanche Diode (Daren Sawkey)
Date: Mar 18, 12:59
From: E.C <E.C>

Thanks Daren,

1. “In order to have both a lens and photo-electric effect for the same particle, one of these will need to be modified and added to either gamma or opticalphoton..”

—> what do you mean? I am referring to optical photons, which are to be absorbed in a silicon, not on an alkali metal pm window

2. “ what generates the avalanche? Do you need semiconductor physics?“

—> the avalanche is generated by the absorbed photon, and I guess that I do need semiconductor physics. I am not sure

Thanks again

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