Analysis of Volatile Reactor Fuel Decomposition Products by Spectral Analysis.
Lindsay, Larry Alvin
Hawes, William W.
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The volatile radioactive species produced by irradiation of AON - 201 Reactor fuel elements were obtained by irradiation of the fuel in an evacuated inert container. The following 11 constituent nuclides, including two radioactive daughters, were identified by gamma ray spectrometry…The spectra studied were taken with a Nal (Th) crystal and they contained 34 photopeaks. An automated computerized method for half life analysis of complex photopeaks is described.
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