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Flow device to measure γ radioactivity and size of microparticles

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6 Author(s)
Annis, M. ; American Science and Engineering, Incorporated, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 ; Cobb, C.M. ; Bjorkholm, P.J. ; Frederick, E.E.
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A description is given of the design and performance of an instrument which measures particle size and radioactivity of individual microparticles after uptake of a γ‐emitting radioactive tracer. A flow system allows the activated particles to be measured quickly and individually, giving statistically significant frequency distributions in a short time. The purpose of the flow device is to measure some property of particles of a given type, provided this property is correlated with the uptake of the tracer. The instrument sizes particles in the 5–150‐μm‐diam range, and detects γ rays of E≳30 keV.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 9 )

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Sep 1976

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