Measurement Techniques

, Volume 32, Issue 6, pp 599–604 | Cite as

New estimates of109Cd radionuclide decay and emission characteristics

  • V. G. Nedovesov
  • V. P. Chechev
  • E. S. Checheva
Ionizing Radiation Measurements


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Radionuclide Emission Characteristic 
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  • V. G. Nedovesov
  • V. P. Chechev
  • E. S. Checheva

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