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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25113537/a-semi-empirical-approach-to-analyze-the-activities-of-cylindrical-radioactive-samples-using-gamma-energies-from-185-to-1764-kev
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Ngo Quang Huy, Do Quang Binh
This work suggests a method for determining the activities of cylindrical radioactive samples. The self-attenuation factor was applied for providing the self-absorption correction of gamma rays in the sample material. The experimental measurement of a (238)U reference sample and the calculation using the MCNP5 code allow obtaining the semi-empirical formulae of detecting efficiencies for the gamma energies ranged from 185 to 1764keV. These formulae were used to determine the activities of the (238)U, (226)Ra, (232)Th, (137)Cs and (40)K nuclides in the IAEA RGU-1, IAEA-434, IAEA RGTh-1, IAEA-152 and IAEA RGK-1 radioactive standards...
December 2014: Applied Radiation and Isotopes
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14687639/an-investigation-of-the-repeatability-of-calibration-factors-in-gamma-ray-spectrometry-of-geological-materials
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A O Mustapha, J P Patel, I V S Rathore, N O Hashim, D Otwoma
A NaI(Tl)-based gamma spectrometer for the analysis of geological materials was calibrated using the IAEA reference materials RGU-1, RGTH-1 and RGK-1. To simulate typical geological samples, two additional standards were prepared from aliquots of the three reference materials. The reproducibility of the instrument calibration factors (CFs) was tested by repeated measurements of the pure IAEA reference materials and the mixed samples in a reproducible counting geometry. The results were analysed using a two-way classification analysis of variance; it was found that the variance in the CFs is significantly higher between standards than it is between measurements...
January 2004: Applied Radiation and Isotopes
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