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Liquid Scintillation Counting, Recent Applications and by Chin-Tzu Peng

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Liquid Scintillation Counting contemporary functions and Development

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50 p p m Y 1 Ν HCl 1 -Vs ^ B a - ^ L a 100 p p m + 3 for < J + 96% + ? 01 Biofluor, M 120 ppm Sr 98·;. + ? , 99% + ? 4% water 14 p p m Ba 14 ppm La °' 1 Ν HN0 free 3 ? 05 M + ? 3 ligrams of c a t i o n is e x p r e s s e d a s v o l u m e the s c i n t i l l a t o r . per gram of HDEHP s o l u t i o n or fraction of water emulsion. (in %) a f t e r the sample (c) C o u n t i n g e f f i c i e n c i e s w e r e not m e a s u r e d for the ' B a La, but they s h o u l d be c l o s e to 1 0 0 % for e a c h .

1 Ν HCl + ? 5 Ν H N 0 2800 ppm 4 Ν HCl is the Ho + 3 (a) and final H o (b) in Table + 3 + 3 3 5% 94% + ? 69% M free + 3 Fe +? 2% — 37 ppm water Ho + 3 ( b ) I. concentration after addition of the sample to the scintillator. (c) E f f i c i e n c i e s were not o b s e r v e d in the T r i - C a r b for Mn, Mo, L a or HoFor the b e t a - p a r t i c l e - e m i t t e r s M o and L a , the counting efficiency should approach 1 0 0 % . 5 L f 9 9 9 9 l t + 0 1 6 6 m 1 L f 0 Most of our work with transition metal radionuclides has been with F e and N i .

Of Septuagenarian Tribute to Professor Dr. W. Aten. f SAMPLE PREPARATION 29 Mann, W . B . (1979). in Volume I of proceedings of this conference. J. (1971). p . L. T. ). Academic Press, New York. N. (1979) in Volume I of proceedings of this conference. J. (1978). Int. J. appl. Radiât. Isotopes, 29, 581. NCRP (1978). 8 in NCRP Report 5 8 , "A Handbook of Radioactivity Measurements Procedures", M a n n , W . B . C. 20014. J. K. (1978). Int. J. appl. Radiât. Isotopes, 29, 77. B. (1975). Int. J. appl.

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