The 2012 recommended k 0 database
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Many overview papers have been published with recommended nuclear data for use in the k 0 method of NAA and made available in scientific journals or in the form of a downloadable database. In September 2009, the k 0-International Scientific Committee formed the k 0-Nuclear Data Committee (k 0-NDC) whose first task was to collect all these data at a single place to facilitate updating and to correct any evident errors. This task of the k 0-NDC was successfully completed in March 2012 when the 2012 recommended k 0 database was published in the form of an Excel file.
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The authors are grateful to Dr. Vladimir P. Kolotov from the Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia, for providing the original Excel file with recommended nuclear data for use in the k 0 method of NAA.
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