Experimental Techniques

  • Ole Erik Mogensen
Part of the Springer Series in Chemical Physics book series (CHEMICAL, volume 58)


The basic experimental technique, used in the studies of positron annihilation in chemical physics, is the detection of γ-radiation. The main exceptions are the detections of positrons and Ps in the slow positron beam investigations. Gammaspectroscopy is well treated in several books, e.g., in the monograph [2.5] and the textbook by Knoll [3.1]. We shall refer to these books, in particular [3.1], in the discussions of this chapter. Only the techniques of general importance for the chemistry-oriented part of positron annihilation will be treated in some details. The less used techniques will only be briefly mentioned.


Angular Correlation Positron Annihilation Positron Lifetime Doppler Broadening Multi Channel Analyzer 
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