Empirical formulae for calculating γ-ray detectors effective solid angle ratios

@inproceedings{Khatib2017EmpiricalFF,
  title={Empirical formulae for calculating γ-ray detectors effective solid angle ratios},
  author={A. E. Khatib and M. Badawi and M. A. Elzaher and M. M. Gouda and A. A. Thabet and M. I. Abbas and K. S. Almugren},
  year={2017}
}
  • A. E. Khatib, M. Badawi, +4 authors K. S. Almugren
  • Published 2017
  • Mathematics
  • Determination of the detector effi ciency using volumetric cylindrical sources is very important in various scientifi c and industrial fi elds, especially in the fi eld of quantitative analysis. To calculate the absolute activity of any sample, the full-energy peak effi ciency (FEPE) of the detector is needed. By applying the effi ciency transfer method, the FEPE of the detector would be determined easily without using the standard sources. This approach depends on two main factors. The fi rst… CONTINUE READING

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