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Journal of Radioanalytical Chemistry

, Volume 66, Issue 2, pp 505–536 | Cite as

The radioanalytical bibliography of New Zealand (1944–1977)

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Activation analysis

  1. 7032.
    T. A. RAFTER (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Neutron activation analysis. Part 1. N. Z. Atomic Energy Committee. Rept. AEC-146.Google Scholar
  2. 7033.
    W. B. HEALY, L. C. BATE, T. G. LUDWIG (Soil Bureau, DISR, Lower Hutt; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, (U.S.) and Dental Research Unit, Medical Research Council, Wellington): Microelement content of wool from twin wethers raised on two soils as determined by neutron activation analysis. N.Z. J. Agric. Res., 7 (1964) 603.Google Scholar
  3. 7034.
    B. W. HEALY, L. C. BATE (Soil Bureau, DSIR, Lower Hutt): Determination of molybdenum in hair and wool by neutron activation analysis. Anal. Chim. Acta, 33 (1965) 443.Google Scholar
  4. 7035.
    L. C. BATE, W. B. HEALY, T. G. LUDWIG (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, U.S.; Soil Bureau, DSIR, Lower Hutt, and Dental Research Unit, Medical Research Council, Wellington): Microelement content of hair from New Zealand boys, as determined by neutron activation analysis. N. Z. J. Sci., 9 (1966) 559.Google Scholar
  5. 7036.
    R. J. SPARKS, G. J. McCALLUM (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Determination of trace elements by activation analysis with charged particles. N.Z. J. Sci., 12 (3) (1969) 470.Google Scholar
  6. 7037.
    P. J. MATHEW, K. P. POHL (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): A simple, cheap, continuous flux monitor for 14 MeV neutrons. Anal. Chim. Acta, 51 (1969) 336.Google Scholar
  7. 7038.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Progress report of Accelerator Physics Group, July–December 1969. Rept. INS-R-79.Google Scholar
  8. 7039.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group progress report July–December 1970. Rept. INS-R-87.Google Scholar
  9. 7040.
    G. J. McCALLUM (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Progress report of Accelerator Physics Group January–June 1970. Rept. INS-R-80, 23 p.Google Scholar
  10. 7041.
    R. J. SPARKS (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Measurement of some light elements in manganese nodules using charged particle activation analysis. Rept. INS-R-89.Google Scholar
  11. 7042.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group progress report July–December 1971. Rept. INS-R-108.Google Scholar
  12. 7043.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group progress report January–June 1971. Rept. INS-R-93.Google Scholar
  13. 7044.
    C. R. BOSWELL (Massey University, Palmerston North): Optimisation of cell design for activation analysis of flowing systems. J. Radioanal. Chem., 8 (2) (1971) 345.Google Scholar
  14. 7045.
    G. J. McCALLUM, (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group progress report, January–June 1972. Rept. INS-R-113, August 1972, 20 p.Google Scholar
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    G. J. McCALLUM (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): The value of a low-energy accelerator in advancing nuclear technology in developing countries. 4th Int. Conf. Peaceful Uses Atom Energy, Vol. 6, IAEA, Vienna, 1972, 443.Google Scholar
  16. 7047.
    G. E. COOTE, N. E. WHITEHEAD, G. J. McCALLUM (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): A rapid method of obsidian characterisation by inelastic scattering of protons. J. Radioanal. Chem., 12 (2) (1973) 491.Google Scholar
  17. 7048.
    N. E. WHITEHEAD (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Analysis of flints by inelastic scattering of protons. In Memoirs of the National Museum of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, no. 34. Melbourne, The Trustees, 1973. pp. 225–28 (“Chowilla” Memoir).Google Scholar
  18. 7049.
    D. C. ROBINSON (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): CALXRY. Comput. Progm. INS-P-113, August 1973, 5 p.Google Scholar
  19. 7050.
    G. J. McCALLUM (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): XRAY: analyse X-ray spectra. Comput. Progm. INS-P-114, Sept. 1973, 5 p.Google Scholar
  20. 7051.
    G. J. McCALLUM (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): XRAYBA—Batch analysis of X-ray spectra. Comput. Progm. INS-P-115. September 1973.Google Scholar
  21. 7051/a.
    R. J. SPARKS, G. P. GLASBY (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Application of charged-particle activation analysis of some light elements in marine manganese nodules. N.Z. J. Sci., 16 (1973) 643.Google Scholar
  22. 7052.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Progress report of Accelerator Physics Group January–June 1973. INS-R-129.Google Scholar
  23. 7053.
    N. E. WHITEHEAD (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): A summary of current applications of proton-induced X-ray fluorescence. Rept. INS-R-136, October 1973, 24 p.Google Scholar
  24. 7054.
    G. J. McCALLUM, (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group progress report, July–December 1972. Rept. INS-R-119, February 1973, 26 p.Google Scholar
  25. 7055.
    D. C. ROBINSON, N. E. WHITEHEAD, G. E. COOTE (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Proton-induced X-ray fluorescence analysis and its uses in measuring air pollution. Chem. N.Z., 38 (3) (1974) 81.Google Scholar
  26. 7056.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group, Progress Report, July–December 1973, Rept. INS-R-139, February 1974, 23 p.Google Scholar
  27. 7057.
    D. C. ROBINSON, N. E. WHITEHEAD, G. E. COOTE (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Some analysis of air filters by proton-induced X-ray fluorescence. Rept. INS-R-131, May 1974, 43 p.Google Scholar
  28. 7058.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group progress report, January–June 1974. Rept. INS-R-144, August 1974, 21 p.Google Scholar
  29. 7059.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Accelerator Physics Group progress report, July–December 1974. INS-R-157, March 1975, 37 p.Google Scholar
  30. 7060.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Nuclear Physics Group progress report, January–June 1975. Rept. INS-R-168, July 1975, 38 p.Google Scholar
  31. 7061.
    N. E. WHITEHEAD (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): A comparison of X-ray spectrometry with other multielement analysis techniques. Rept. INS-R-170, September 1975, 9 p.Google Scholar
  32. 7062.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Nuclear Physics Group progress report, July–December 1975. Rept. INS-R-179.Google Scholar
  33. 7063.
    N. E. WHITEHEAD (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): The use of (p, X) spectrometry in investigation of corrosion. Rept. INS-R-193.Google Scholar
  34. 7064.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Nuclear Physics Group progress report, January–June 1976. Rept. INS-R-194.Google Scholar
  35. 7065.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Nuclear Physics Group progress report, July–December 1976. Rept. INS-R-223.Google Scholar
  36. 7066.
    R. J. SPARKS (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Use of the14(d, pγ)15N reaction to measure nitrogen concentrations in steel. Rept. INS-R-229, 1977.Google Scholar
  37. 7067.
    G. J. McCALLUM (ed.) (Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Lower Hutt): Nuclear Physics Group progress report, January–June 1977. Rept. INS-R-231.Google Scholar

Other radioanalytical methods

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    E. MARSDEN, C. WATSON-MUNRO (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Radioactivity of New Zealand soils and rocks. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 26B (3) (1944) 90.Google Scholar
  2. 7069.
    G. E. ROTH (Dominion X-ray and Radium Laboratory, Canterbury University, Christchurch): Radon microdetermination by the Curtis-Davis α-particle counting method. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 27B (1945) 147.Google Scholar
  3. 7070.
    J. F. McCAHON (Radio Development Laboratory, DSIR, Wellington): A portable counting rate meter for G-M tubes. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 27B (3) (1945) 254.Google Scholar
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    I. C. McKELLAR (Radio Development Laboratory, DSIR, Wellington): An alpha ray ionization chamber for radioactivity measurements. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 27B (3) (1945) 259.Google Scholar
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    A. G. McLELLAN (Radio Development Laboratory, DSIR, Wellington): Construction of self-quenching G.M. tubes. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 27B (3) (1945) 263.Google Scholar
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    J. F. McCAHON (Radio Development Laboratory, DSIR, Wellington): A light mechanical counter for G.M. tubes. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 28B (1946–7) 55.Google Scholar
  7. 7074.
    H. C. SUTTON (Canterbury University College, Christchurch): An apparatus for the purification of radon. M.Sc. Thesis, 1947.Google Scholar
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    R. A. BORTHWICK (Victoria University College, Wellington): Geiger-Mueller counting techniques in natural radioactivity. M.Sc. Thesis. 1947.Google Scholar
  9. 7076.
    J. L. ROGERS (Canterbury University College, Christchurch): Development of a method for the microdetermination of the radon content of water. M.Sc. Thesis. 1948.Google Scholar
  10. 7077.
    S. H. WILSON (Chemistry Division, DSIR, Lower Hutt): A comparison of the sensitivity of spectrographic and radiotracer methods. J. Phys. Colloid Chem., 52 (1948) 1260.Google Scholar
  11. 7078.
    R. E. BELIN (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Geiger-Mueller counter development. Rept. D.P.L.-8/7/94, 1949.Google Scholar
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    G. H. FRASER (Victoria University College, Wellington): The characteristics of Geiger counters. M.Sc. Thesis, 1949.Google Scholar
  13. 7080.
    K. STRZEMIENSKI (Soil Bureau, DSIR, Lower Hutt): Phosphate uptake from soil and fertilizer as studied by the radioactive tracer method. Spec. Conf. Agr. Plant & Animal Nutr. in Relation to Soil & Clim. Factors, Australia. London, H.M.S.O., (1951) 178.Google Scholar
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    H. C. SUTTON (Dominion X-ray and Radium Laboratory, Christchurch): A radon purification apparatus. Brit. J. Radiol., 22 (255) (1949) 164.Google Scholar
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    G. J. FERGUSSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The design of four-tube decade scalers. Rept. D.P.L.-8/7/133, 1951.Google Scholar
  16. 7083.
    K. STRZEMIENSKI (Soil Bureau, DSIR, Lower Hutt): Radiation injury from radioactive phosphorus in tracer experiments with plants. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 34A (4) (1952) 313.Google Scholar
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    K. STRZEMIENSKI (Soil Bureau, DSIR, Lower Hutt): Phosphate uptake studies with radioactive phosphorus. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 34A (6) (1952) 496.Google Scholar
  18. 7085.
    T. A. RAFTER, K. N. BAIGENT, W. J. McCABE, W. J. RITCHIE (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Preparation of radioactive phosphate fertiliser for field experiment. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 34A (2) (1952) 213.Google Scholar
  19. 7086.
    G. FERGUSSON, R. E. BELIN, K. A. BARGH (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): A reliable radioactivity counter for field use. Rept. DPL-8/7/145, 1952.Google Scholar
  20. 7087.
    R. E. BELIN, F. B. KNOX, G. J. McCALLUM (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The radioactive concentrations of gases issuing from fumaroles, bores and hot pools in the N.Z. geothermal areas. Rept. DPL-R-179, 1952.Google Scholar
  21. 7088.
    R. E. BELIN, F. B. KNOX (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): A radioactivity survey of some of the geothermal areas of the North Island with geiger counters. Rept. DPL-R-182, 1952.Google Scholar
  22. 7089.
    G. J. FERGUSSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): An instrument for field measurements of alpha radioctivity. Rept. DPL-R-183, 1952.Google Scholar
  23. 7090.
    G. J. FERGUSSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): A portable radiation monitor. Rept. DPL-R-185, 1952.Google Scholar
  24. 7091.
    G. J. FERGUSSON, R. E. BELIN (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): A laboratory radioactivity monitor. Rept. DPL-R-184, 1952.Google Scholar
  25. 7092.
    T. A. RAFTER (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The preparation of carbon for C-14 age measurements. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 35B (1953) 64.Google Scholar
  26. 7093.
    G. J. FERGUSSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Activity measurement of samples for radiocarbon dating. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 35B (1953) 90.Google Scholar
  27. 7094.
    G. J. FERGUSSON, T. A. RAFTER (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): New Zealand C-14 age measurements. I. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 35B (1953) 127.Google Scholar
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    G. J. FERGUSSON, R. E. BELIN (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): An attempt to detect, at Wellington, New Zealand, fission products from the Monte Bello atomic explosion. Rept. DPL-R-191, 1953.Google Scholar
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    N. V. RYDER, C. N. WATSON-MUNRO (Victoria University College, Wellington): The detection of radioactive dust from the British nuclear bombs of October 1953. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 36B (1954) 155.Google Scholar
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    J. F. GABITES (N.Z. Meteorological Service, Wellington): The drift of radioactive dust from the British nuclear bomb test in October 1953. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 36B (1954) 160.Google Scholar
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    G. J. FERGUSSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The use of carbon dioxide-filled proportional counters for radiocarbon dating. Rept. DPL-R-225, 1954.Google Scholar
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    R. E. BELIN, F. B. KNOX (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The estimation of the distribution and quantity of water in two-phase steam-water systems. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 37 (3) (1955) 385.Google Scholar
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    H. S. GIBBS, G. J. McCALLUM (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Natural radioactivity of soils. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 37 (3) (1955) 354.Google Scholar
  34. 7101.
    G. J. FERGUSSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Radiocarbon dating system. Nucleonics, 13 (1) (1955) 18.Google Scholar
  35. 7102.
    G. J. FERGUSSON, T. A. RAFTER (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): New Zealand14C age measurements II. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 36 (4) (1955) 371.Google Scholar
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    G. J. McCALLUM (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Corrections for effect of cosmic radiation on field measurements of the radioactivity of soils. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 37 (2) (1955) 172.Google Scholar
  37. 7104.
    G. J. McCALLUM (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Evaluation of accuracy of New Zealand radiocarbon dating results. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 37 (3) (1955) 370.Google Scholar
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    T. A. RAFTER (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Carbon dioxide as a substitute for solid carbon in14C age measurements. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 36 (1955) 363.Google Scholar
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    T. A. RAFTER (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt):14C variations in nature and the effect on radiocarbon dating. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 37 (1) (1955) 20.Google Scholar
  40. 7107.
    D. ANSON, R. E. BELIN, M. L. HORLOR (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Density measurement of steam-water mixtures in the throat of a critical flow nozzle. Rept. DPL-R-239, February 1955.Google Scholar
  41. 7108.
    R. E. BELIN (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The estimation of the dryness fraction and mass discharge of Wairakei steam bores by density measurements in flow nozzles. Rept. DPL-R-251, September 1955.Google Scholar
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    R. E. BELIN (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The behaviour of geiger tubes at elevated temperatures. Rept. DPL-R-252, September 1955.Google Scholar
  43. 7110.
    R. E. BELIN (Dominion physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The construction and behaviour of halogen tubes at high tempertures. Rept. DPL-R-253, September 1955.Google Scholar
  44. 7111.
    R. E. BELIN, A. E. BAINBRIDGE (Dominion Physical Laboratory): Further investigations of the steam-water discharge from nozzles at Wairakei. Rept. DPL-R-256, November 1955.Google Scholar
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    D. S. NICHOLSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Wartime search for uranium in New Zealand. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 36B (1955) 375.Google Scholar
  46. 7113.
    K. STRZEMIENSKI (Soil Bureau, DSIR, Lower Hutt): Total and radioactive phosphorus determination in small plant samples using the gravimetric method of Lorenz. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 37B (1955) 243.Google Scholar
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    L. B. CROSTHWAIT (Victoria University College, Wellington): A measurement of atmospheric radioactivity of Wellington. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 37B (1955) 382.Google Scholar
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    E. WRIGHT (Wallaceville Animal Research Centre, Upper Hutt): The uptake of phosphorus by sheep. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. 37A (4) (1955) 332.Google Scholar
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    E. WRIGHT, E. D. ANDREWS (Wallaceville Animal Research Centre, Upper Hutt): Availability of iodate iodine to sheep. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 37A (2) (1955) 83.Google Scholar
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    G. J. FERGUSSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Radiocarbon dating system. Nucleonics, 13 (1955) 18.Google Scholar
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    R. E. BELIN, A. E. BAINBRIDGE (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): White Island expedition 1956. Summary of work. Rept. DPL-R-266, June 1956.Google Scholar
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    A. E. BAINBRIDGE, R. E. BELIN (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Further investigations of geiger tubes at elevated temperatures. Rept. DPL-R-269, June 1956.Google Scholar
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    M. G. WOOD, R. G. KULKA, N. L. EDSON (University of Otago, Dunedin): The metabolism of (1-14C) glucose in an enzyme system from propionibacterium. Biochem. J., 63 (1956) 177.Google Scholar
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    N. G. CHAPMAN, R. W. HUMPHREY (Victoria University College, Wellington): An investigation of the variation of the atmospheric radioactivity at Wellington from 5 May to 18 July 1955. N. Z. J. Sci. Technol., 37B (1956) 671.Google Scholar
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    G. J. McCALLUM (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Soil moisture determination by neutron methods. DSIR Information series No. 12 (1956) 159.Google Scholar
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    R. ROSEN (Victoria University of Wellington): Radon exhalation from ground. M.Sc. Thesis, 1956.Google Scholar
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    G. J. FERGUSSON, G. J. McCALLUM (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): The cosmic-ray flare of 23 February 1956 and its effect on New Zealand radiocarbon dating equipment. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 38 (6) (1957) 577.Google Scholar
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    G. J. FERGUSSON, T. A. RAFTER (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): New Zealand14C age measurements. III. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol. B., 38 (7) (1957) 732.Google Scholar
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    R. E. BELIN, A. E. BAINBRIDGE (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Estimation of dryness fraction and mass discharge of geothermal bores. Proc. Inst. Mech. Engrs., 171 (1957) 967.Google Scholar
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    R. E. BELIN (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Some observations on the behaviour of bromine-quenched geiger tubes Austr. J. Phys., 10 (2) (1957) 263.Google Scholar
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    E. WRIGHT (Wallaceville Animal Research Centre, Upper Hutt): Some decay tables for use with radioactive tracers. N.Z. J. Sci. Technol., 38A (10) (1957) 1091.Google Scholar
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    D. D. ADAMS, H. D. PURVES (University of Otago, Dunedin): Thyrotropin assay by plasma131I measurements. Can. J. Biochem. Physiol., 35 (1957) 993.Google Scholar
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    R. E. BELIN, A. E. BAINBRIDGE (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): An attempt to extend the operating temperature of copper cathode geiger tubes. N.Z. J. Sci., 1 (2) (1958) 172.Google Scholar
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    A. T. WILSON (Dominion Physical Laboratory, Lower Hutt): Tritium and paper chromatography. Nature, 182 (1958) 524.Google Scholar
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  • N. E. Whitehead
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  1. 1.Department of Scientific and Industrial ResearchThe Institute of Nuclear SciencesLower HuttNew Zealand

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