A container for the determination of uranium in ore by gamma spectrometry
A container design is described for the determination of elemental uranium in uranium-bearing ore by gamma-ray spectrometry. For the design the following criteria for the given detector collimator configuration are taken into account: (i) the degree of infinite thickness for the gamma-ray energy concerned should be about 95 %; (ii) the degree of infinite thickness should be maintained over the whole solid angle; (iii) the amount of ore should be as low as possible; (iv) the radiation window material and thickness should be well defined. Verification measurements show that the measured degree of infinite thickness of 94.4 % differs only by 0.6 % from the predicted degree of infinite thickness.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Applied Radiation and Isotopes A, Vol. 44 (1993) No. 3, pp. 481-484
Record Number: 199310610 / Last updated on: 1994-11-29
Original language: en
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