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Subject: Fittings/Gammas vs. Neuts
Date: Aug 10, 03:16 am
Poster: Richard Hester
On Aug 10, 03:16 am, Richard Hester wrote:
I'd like to poll folks out there to determine what kind of vacuum fittings they are using in their setups for routine connections like hose to pump, etc.(Swagelock, NPT, VCO/VCR??)What seems to work well for the 100 micron and below regime?
Also, has anyone considered counting gammas/hard X-rays insted of neutrons as a method of determining reaction rates. As 1/2 the energetic particles from the D-D reaction are protons, the ones that make it to the chamber walls might cause a splash of x rays more energetic than the background radiation from the electrons.
- Re: Fittings/Gammas vs. Neuts - Richard Hull Aug 10, 09:14 am