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Non-destructive Analysis of Microgram Quantities of Silver by Radioactivation

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A NON-DESTRUCTIVE method of determining µgm. quantities of silver by use of the nuclear reactor JRR-1 and an RCL-256-channel pulse-height analyser has been investigated.

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OKADA, M. Non-destructive Analysis of Microgram Quantities of Silver by Radioactivation. Nature 187, 57–58 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1038/187057b0

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