Assessing sample attenuation parameters for use inl ow-energy efficiency transfer in gamma-ray spectrometry

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Assessing sample attenuation parameters for use inl ow-energy efficiency transfer in gamma-ray spectrometry. / Bruggeman, Michel; Verheyen, Leen; Vidmar, Tim.

In: Applied Radiation and Isotopes, Vol. 109, 02.12.2015, p. 547-550.

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title = "Assessing sample attenuation parameters for use inl ow-energy efficiency transfer in gamma-ray spectrometry",
abstract = "We present a numerical fitting method for transmission data that outputs an equivalent sample composition. This output is used as input to a generalised efficiency transfer mode lbased on the EFFTRAN software integrated in a LIMS. The procedural concept allows choosing between efficiency transfer with a predefined sample composition or with an experimentally determined composition based on a transmission measurement.The method can be used for simultaneous quantification of low energy gamma emitters like 210Pb, 241Am, 234Th in typical environmental samples.",
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