Liquid-scintillation-based anticoincidence counting of Co-60 and Pb-210.

  title={Liquid-scintillation-based anticoincidence counting of Co-60 and Pb-210.},
  author={Ryan P Fitzgerald and Michael King Schultz},
  journal={Applied radiation and isotopes : including data, instrumentation and methods for use in agriculture, industry and medicine},
  volume={66 6-7},
The method of liquid-scintillation-based 4pibeta-gamma anticoincidence counting was employed to assay the radioactivity concentration of acid solutions containing radionuclides (60)Co and (210)Pb (in equilibrium with its daughters). The limiting factors on the accuracy for such activity measurements and suggestions for minimizing such factors are reported. 

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