Detector Type

In the photosensor field, photomultiplier tubes (or PMT) areIn the photosensor field,

In the photosensor field, photomultiplier tubes (or PMT) are known to have particularly high sensitivity. PMT also have dozens of other advantages such as high-speed response time. PMT are the subject of recent wide attention because of their use to detect neutrinos by Professor M. Koshiba who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in October 2002. Currently, PMT use is growing in a diverse range of fields where highly precise photometric capabilities are required. In the medical field, the PMT is used in clinical examination equipment as well as nuclear medical imaging and diagnostic systems. In fields involving chemical analysis, the PMT is used in various types of analytical instruments including spectrophotometers, environmental measurement equipment, etc. In the photosensor field, photomultiplier tubes (or PMT) are known to have particularly high sensitivity. PMT also have dozens of other advantages such as high-speed response time. PMT are the subject of recent wide attention because of their use to detect neutrinos by Professor M. Koshiba who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in October 2002. Currently, PMT use is growing in a diverse range of fields where highly precise photometric capabilities are required. In the medical field, the PMT is used in clinical examination equipment as well as nuclear medical imaging and diagnostic systems. In fields involving chemical analysis, the PMT is used in various types of analytical instruments including spectrophotometers, environmental measurement equipment, etc. In the photosensor field, photomultiplier tubes (or PMT) are known to have particularly high sensitivity. PMT also have dozens of other advantages such as high-speed response time. PMT are the subject of recent wide attention because of their use to detect neutrinsuch as high-speed response time. PMT are the subject of recent wide attention because of their use to detect neutrin
In the photosensor field, photomultiplier tubes (or PMT) are known to have particularly high sensitivity. PMT also have dozens of other advantages such as high-speed response time. PMT are the subject of recent wide attention because of their use to detect neutrinos by Professor M. Koshiba who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in October 2002. Currently, PMT use is growing in a diverse range of fields where highly precise photometric capabilities are required.

 
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