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Accurate Integral Counting Using Multi-channel Analyzers

May 1, 2020
Author(s)
Ryan P. Fitzgerald, Lynne E. King
Many techniques in radionuclide metrology rely on accurate measurement of the total count rate, that is integral counting, from a detector. In modern experiments, this can be achieved by integrating the total number of counts in an energy spectrum produced

Large Area Alpha Sources with a Lip: Integral Counting and Spectral Distortions

August 31, 2017
Author(s)
Lynne E. King, Ryan P. Fitzgerald, Ronald Tosh
The detection efficiency for large area alpha sources with adjustable heights of a raised lip around the edge were measured by 2π gas-filled proportional counter. The variations in low- energy spectral shape were modeled using a Geant4 radiation and charge

Determination of photon emission probabilities for the main gamma-rays of 223Ra in equilibrium with its progeny

March 11, 2015
Author(s)
Leticia S. Pibida, Brian E. Zimmerman, Ryan P. Fitzgerald, Lynne E. King, Jeffrey T. Cessna, Denis E. Bergeron
The currently published 223Ra gamma-ray emission probabilities display a wide variation in the values depending on the source of the data. The National Institute of Standards and Technology performed activity measurements on a 223Ra solution that was used