Date: Thu Jan 10 07:05:42 2008
Posted By: William Lorenzen, Staff, Radiation Safety, Children's Hospital
Area of science: Physics
There are materials that gamma rays will interact with to produce light of
other wavelengths. I'm not sure if any would be exactly 160nm.
I would suggest you do a web search for "gamma, radiation, scintillation,
You can see what is available and in what energy range the light output
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