Characterization for Polymer Composites of Lead Iodide and Silicone Rubber as Room Temperature X-rays Detectors

Vinit Kumar, Dr. Sanjay Dahiya, Dr. Kulvinder Singh and Dr. Sunil Kumar Chaudhary

In this research paper, the characterization of lead iodide and silicone rubber is discussed on the basis of parameters such as the ratio of maximum to minimum current during switching studies, the electrical band gap and mobility lifetime product of charge carriers. The different compositions of lead iodide and silicone rubber are taken and the polymer composite is studied as X-rays room temperature detector on basis of the mentioned parameters. The different trends are discussed in this paper in terms of different criterions and their benefits are suggested. Also the work in the direction of polymer composites in comparison of single crystals is justified in terms of flexible and hard radiation detectors in terms of earlier soft detectors. The combined trends with all parameters are explained in detail by concluding them in a positive direction in spite of some tradeoffs present there.

Volume 11 | 11-Special Issue

Pages: 602-605

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP11/20193072