LAB is currently used as a liquid scintillator in neutrino detectors (SNO+ for example ) due to of its good optical transparency (~20 m), its high light yield, its low amount of radioactive impurities, and its high flash point (140 Â°C) which makes safe handling easier. The material performs well in deep underwater environments. One study suggested LAB as a suitable material to be employed in a Secret Neutrino Interactions Finder (SNIF), a type of antineutrino detector designed to detect the presence of nuclear reactors at distances of between 100 and 500 km.[
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