Fitting the boron peak and resolving interferences in the 450–490 keV region of PGAA spectra View Full Text


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DATE

2007-02

AUTHORS

L. Szentmiklósi, K. Gméling, Zs. Révay

ABSTRACT

Prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA) is one of the most powerful analytical methods for the determination of boron because of its very large neutron capture cross section. The peak of boron in the PGAA spectra is highly broadened due to the Doppler-effect. An improved method is presented to fit the boron peak, and to resolve interference with the gamma-rays of sodium and other matrix components. The method has been checked on test samples and on geological samples as well. More... »

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447-453

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