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Barry L Zink (Assoc)

Publications

Large array of multiplexed gamma-ray microcalorimeters for nuclear-materials analysis

Author(s)
W.Bertrand (Randy) Doriese, Joel Ullom, James A. Beall, William Duncan, S. L. Ferreira, Gene C. Hilton, Rob Horansky, Kent D. Irwin, John Mates, Carl D. Reintsema, Dan Schmidt, Leila R. Vale, Yizi Xu, Barry L. Zink, Michael W. Rabin, Minesh K. Bacrania, Stephen Lamont, Andrew Hoover, Clifford R. Rudy, Duc Vo, C. K. Stahle, Kevin R. Boyce, Larry E. Brown, Jonathan M. King, F. S. Porter
We are developing a gamma-ray spectrometer for the analysis of nuclear materials based on an array of superconducting transition-edge-sensor microcalorimeters

Multiplexed microcalorimeter arrays for precision measurements from microwave to gamma-ray wavelengths

Author(s)
Joel Ullom, W.Bertrand (Randy) Doriese, James A. Beall, William Duncan, S. L. Ferreira, Gene C. Hilton, Rob Horansky, Kent D. Irwin, Terrence J. Jach, John Mates, Nathan A. Tomlin, Galen O'Neil, Carl D. Reintsema, Nicholas Ritchie, Dan Schmidt, Leila R. Vale, Yizi Xu, Barry L. Zink, Andrew Hoover, Clifford R. Rudy, Derek Tournear, Duc Vo, Michael W. Rabin
Cryogenic microcalorimeters are a promising technology for ultrasensitive measurements of electromagnetic radiation from microwave to gamma-ray wavelengths

A 14-pixel, multiplexed array of gamma-ray microcalorimeters with 47 eV energy resolution at 103 keV

Author(s)
W.Bertrand (Randy) Doriese, Joel Ullom, James A. Beall, William Duncan, S. L. Ferreira, Gene C. Hilton, Rob Horansky, Kent D. Irwin, John Mates, Carl D. Reintsema, Leila R. Vale, Yizi Xu, Barry L. Zink, Andrew Hoover, Michael W. Rabin, Clifford R. Rudy, Duc Vo
We present a prototype for a high-energy-resolution, high-count-rate, gamma-ray spectrometer intended for nuclear forensics and international nuclear safeguards
Created August 7, 2019, Updated June 30, 2022