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Title Handbook of Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis
Author G. Molnar
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2004-12-13
Category Science
Total Pages 423
ISBN 9781402013041
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA) is a unique, non-destructive nuclear analytical method with multi-element capabilities. It is most effective if intense neutron beams (especially cold beams) of nuclear reactors are used to induce the prompt gamma radiation. Based largely on the authors' pioneering research in cold neutron PGAA, the handbook describes the methodology in self-contained manner and reviews recent applications. The library of prompt gamma ray data and spectra for all natural elements is a unique aid to the practitioner. The level is understandable by a broad audience, which facilitates teaching and training. The Handbook of Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis is a comprehensive handbook written for those practising the method, wanting to implement it at a reactor facility, or just looking for a powerful non-destructive method of element analysis. The book is also useful for nuclear physics, chemistry and engineering scientists, scholars and graduate students interested in neutron-induced gamma ray spectroscopy and nuclear analytical methods.

Gamma Radiography by John J. Munro

Title Gamma Radiography
Author John J. Munro
Publisher
Release 1980
Category Gamma rays
Total Pages 69
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Gamma Ray Bursts by Gilbert Vedrenne

Title Gamma Ray Bursts
Author Gilbert Vedrenne
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2009-03-20
Category Science
Total Pages 580
ISBN 354039088X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Since their discovery was first announced in 1973, gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) have been among the most fascination objects in the universe. While the initial mystery has gone, the fascination continues, sustained by the close connection linking GRBs with some of the most fundamental topics in modern astrophysics and cosmology. Both authors have been active in GRB observations for over two decades and have produced an outstanding account on both the history and the perspectives of GRB research.

GAMMA I by Argonne National Laboratory. Division of Applied Mathematics

Title GAMMA I
Author Argonne National Laboratory. Division of Applied Mathematics
Publisher
Release 1961
Category Automatic theorem proving
Total Pages 46
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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GAMMA I is a FORTRAN-compiled program for the IBM 704 Electronic Data- Processing Machine. It embodies a certain general, uniform procedure H of mathematical logic for seeking out a proof of any theorem within any mathematical theory which is given in formal axiomatic form. An extended discussion is provided of the underlying method and of the necessary background of mathematical logic. The program is described in detail. (M.C.G.).

Cosmic Gamma Rays by Floyd William Stecker

Title Cosmic Gamma Rays
Author Floyd William Stecker
Publisher
Release 1971
Category Gamma rays
Total Pages 243
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cosmic gamma ray production processes, galactic and extragalactic gamma rays, and cosmology.

Measurement of Gamma Radiation by Dorothy I. Sweitzer

Title Measurement of Gamma Radiation
Author Dorothy I. Sweitzer
Publisher
Release 1961
Category Gamma rays
Total Pages 34
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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