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THE NUCLEAR PROPERTIES OF RHENIUM
FLORIDA UNIV GAINESVILLE
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Experiments designed to separate gamma-ray pulses from neutron pulses in NaIT1 were carried out. A 5 mc Co-60 source was used along with the beam of neutrons and gamma rays from the University of Florida Training Reactor to test the method of separation. The pulse-height distributions obtained from the Co-60 source in the beam were treated in the separation as if the Co-60 radiations were part of the gamma rays in the reactor. Another set of experiments were performed without the Co-60 source. Author
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