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Title: Radioactivity determination by coincidence counting. Part 1 - setting up the equipment and the standardisation of cobalt-60.
Authors: Wyllie, HA
Issue Date: Nov-1987
Publisher: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Abstract: The 4 pi β-γ coincidence counting equipment used in the Lucas Heights radioisotope standards laboratory for international comparisons is described in detail. A radioactivity standard is a method rather than a material object; as such it can be specified clearly only by discussing fully the setting-up and operation of one particular set of equipment. This manual is written for persons who are setting up such equipment for the first time.
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