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Uncertainties in Internal Gas Counting

Published

Author(s)

Michael P. Unterweger, L Johansson, M Rodriques, A Yunoki, Lisa R. Karam

Abstract

The uncertainties in internal gas counting can, for the most part, be split into two areas: counting and sample gas measurement uncertainties and the counting uncertainties. The former includes measurements of counting and sample gas quantities and associate volumes whereas the latter includes counting statistics and various corrections. The gas measurements and uncertainties are dependent upon the setup of the counters and their environment whereas the counting uncertainties are generally system independent.
Citation
Metrologia
Volume
52
Issue
2015

Keywords

gas counting, uncertainties

Citation

Unterweger, M. , Johansson, L. , Rodriques, M. , Yunoki, A. and Karam, L. (2015), Uncertainties in Internal Gas Counting, Metrologia (Accessed April 14, 2024)
Created May 22, 2015, Updated March 15, 2017