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Original Scintillator and Light Pipe Covering
Scintillator and Light Pipe Protective Coating



Glued Scintillator/Light Pipe
Glued Sciltillator and Light Pipe. Note purple glow in scintillator.



Reflective Coating
Application of Foil Reflective Coating



 Beginning of Taping
Sealing in Opaque Tape, Start



Taping Progress
Continued Taping



Finished Taping
Finished Double Layer of Opaque Taping



With Scintillation Counter
Attaching the Scintillation Counter



Counter Pair
Pair of Scintillation Counters set for Coincident Mode


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