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|Author(s):||Richard M. Lindstrom; C Yonezawa;|
|Title:||Samples and Standards|
|Published:||December 13, 2004|
|Abstract:||For analytical accuracy, the detailed interaction of neutrons with the sample is of more importance in prompt-gamma activation analysis (PGAA) with a neutron beam than in conventional activation analysis. Selection of an optimum sample size and shape is discussed. Preparation of standards and blanks for PGAA is outlined.|
|Citation:||Handbook of Prompt-Gamma Activation Analysis|
|Publisher:||Springer, New York, NY|
|Keywords:||capture gamma rays,neutron beams,neutron scattering,prompt-gamma activation analysis|
|Research Areas:||Inorganic Analytical Chemistry, Chemistry|