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Frontiers in Physics
Lithium indium selenide (LiInSe 2 ) is being developed for use as a room temperature semiconductor detector for thermal neutrons. The material has been studied for a number of applications including non-linear optics such as parametric oscillators, as anode material for lithium ion batteries, piezoelectrics, as a scintillation detector material, and as a semiconductor detector material. The recent advances of the crystal growth, material processing, and detector fabrication have led todoi:10.3389/fphy.2020.00078 fatcat:2xeowwtryjhi3dvju3nhifsf7u