1 edition of Nuclear data for the efficiency calibration of germanium spectrometer systems found in the catalog.
Nuclear data for the efficiency calibration of germanium spectrometer systems
|Statement||D.D. Hoppes and F.J. Schima, editors.|
|Series||NBS special publications -- 626|
|Contributions||Hoppes, D. D., Schima, F. J., International Committee for Radionuclide Metrology. Alpha-, Beta-, and Gamma-Ray Spectrometry Group.|
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(Office): +1 Fax: +1 Resolution is a measure of the width (full width half max) of a single energy peak at a specific energy, either expressed in absolute keV (as with Germanium Detectors), or as a percentage of the energy at that point (Sodium Iodide Detectors).