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|Title:||K0-NAA for the Determination of Trace Elements in a Synthetic Material: a Collaborative Study|
|Authors:||VERMAERCKE Peter; ROBOUCH Piotr|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Nuclear Proficiency Testing in Applicatin of the Ionizing Radiation and Nuclear Analytical Techniques in Industry, Medicine and Environment vol. 1036 p. 149-154|
|Publisher:||Americal Institute of Physics (AIP)|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||As part of an interlaboratory comparison in order to certify a synthetic material to be used for the validation of the proper implementation of k0-NAA a collaborative trial was organised. Based on this collaborative study, reproducibility relative standard deviations valued ranged typically from 2 to 5%. These values were compares with the Horwitz criterium leading to HORRAT values in most cases well below 1, although two exceeding 1, depending on the element to be determined. It could be concluded that k0-NAA is a very precise method, but that still some inconsistencies for certain elements remain.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements|
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