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Re: Lutetium gamma spectrum- Richard's run

Post by Richard Hull » Tue Jun 15, 2004 5:51 am

My spectrum is included here. I used a giant piece of Lutetium (~53 gram) and this reduced the collection time and made a bold spectrum.

I used a 2"X2" Bicron detector head and my model 40 Canberra.
Standard log-lin presentation with no background subtraction, as shown.

Thanks to Richard Hester for the XL to gif conversion.


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