The use of the microtron for the activation analysis of pure metals and alloys
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Oxygen and carbon concentrations up to 0.06 ppm and 0.03 ppm respectively were determined in high purity metals such as Fe, Cu, Nb, Mo, In and some others. Analytical procedures and results of the determination of alloying additives in a number of rare metal alloys are given. The relative standard deviation constitutes 0.02 to 0.04. Accuracy of the procedures used is confirmed by a comparison of experimental results with those of the other analytical methods. Experimental data on the sensitivity of determining 35 elements are reported on irradiating them with thermal neutrons and a bremsstahlung emitted by the microtron. For most elements (for radioactive isotopes having a half-life of above 2 min.) sensitivity of the analysis is 10−6 to 10−8, g, at the microtron current of 30 μA and irradiation time of less than 10 min.
KeywordsZirconium Radioactive Isotope Niobium Thermal Neutron Gamma Line
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