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On the Validity of the Poisson Hypothesis for Low-Level Counting: Investigation of the Distribution Characteristics of Background Radiation with the NIST Individual Pulse Counting System

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Author(s)

Lloyd A. Currie, E M. Eijgenhuijsen, George A. Klouda
Citation
Radiocarbon
Volume
40

Citation

Currie, L. , Eijgenhuijsen, E. and Klouda, G. (1998), On the Validity of the Poisson Hypothesis for Low-Level Counting: Investigation of the Distribution Characteristics of Background Radiation with the NIST Individual Pulse Counting System, Radiocarbon (Accessed July 15, 2024)

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Created February 10, 1998, Updated February 19, 2017