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Sensitivity of large scintillators calculated with MCNP computer code [41]. Sensitivity is defined as the arithmetic product of the full-energy peak intrinsic efficiency (counts per incident photon) and the detector entrance surface. It relates to the probability of detection per unit incident flux (number of detector events for one photon per cm2 reaching the detector).

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