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GAMMA RAY ENERGY SPECTRUM OF RESIDUAL CONTAMINATION,
ARMY ELECTRONICS LABS FORT MONMOUTH NJ
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The object of this project was to determine the relative dosage contributions made by regions of the gamma ray spectrum in the contaminated area following a nuclear detonation. Because of the limitations imposed by the techniques used, the qualitative analysis consisted only of a determination of the approximate percentages of the dose contributed by the portions of the gamma ray spectrum below and above 200 kev. Author
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