Boron distribution measurement in metals by neutron induced radiography
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The neutron induced microscopic radiography is a suitable method to detect boron content and distribution in metallic materials. For the research reactor KRR-2, the optimum thermal neutron fluence for various amount of boron content, the background effect due to fast neutron and γ-ray to the minimum detection limit of boron content, as well as the optimum-etching condition of the solid state nuclear track detector were determined.
KeywordsBoron Detection Limit Solid State Thermal Neutron Suitable Method
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