[ RadSafe ] A neutron spectrometry note
crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 20 14:37:11 CST 2006
I believe that when we were doing it in the late
1970s(?), it was new stuff.
--- Sandy Perle <sandyfl at earthlink.net> wrote:
> On 20 Mar 2006 at 8:19, John Jacobus wrote:
> > I have also heard the terms used interchangeably
> > the past with regard to work that was done by the
> > Naval Research Laboratory on light emissions from
> > TLDs. The signal is deconvoluted. The spectrum
> > unfolded.
> TLD glow curves are routinely deconvoluted for
> analytical purposes.
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