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|Title:||A low-energy set-up for gamma-ray spectrometry of NORM tailored to the needs of a secondary smelting facility|
|Authors:||LUTTER GUILLAUME; VANDAEL SCHREURS INDY; CROYMANS TOM; SCHROEYERS W.; SCHREURS S.; HULT MIKAEL; MARISSENS GERD; STROH HEIKO; TZIKA FAIDRA|
|Citation:||APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES vol. 126 p. 296–299|
|Publisher:||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||A measurement station dedicated for quantitative radiological characterisation of naturally occurring radionuclides in a metallurgical company and based on gamma-ray spectrometry was developed. The station is intended for performing quality control of final non-ferrous metal products and for radiological checks of incoming materials. A low-background point-contact HPGe-detector was used and the signal was split in two branches to enable collecting simultaneously spectra with high amplification (for gamma-ray energies below 250 keV) and low amplification.|
|JRC Directorate:||Nuclear Safety and Security|
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