International exercise on 124Sb activity measurements.

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Title
International exercise on 124Sb activity measurements.
Journal
Applied Radiation and Isotopes
Author(s)
Chauvenet B.,  M.M., Amiot M.N., Bobin C., Lépy M.C., Branger T., Lanièce I., Luca A., Sahagia M., Wätjen A.C., Kossert K., Ott O., Nähle O., Dryák P., Sochorovà J., Kovar P., Auerbach P., Altzitzoglou T., Pommé S., Sibbens G., Van Ammel R., Paepen J., Iwahara A., Delgado J.U., Poledna R., da Silva C.J., Johansson L., Stroak A., Bailat C., Nedjadi Y., Spring P.
ISSN
1872-9800 (Electronic)
ISSN-L
0969-8043
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2010
Volume
68
Number
7-8
Pages
1207-1210
Language
english
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Publication types: Journal ArticlePublication Status: ppublish
Abstract
An international exercise, registered as EUROMET project no. 907, was launched to measure both the activity of a solution of (124)Sb and the photon emission intensities of its decay. The same solution was sent by LNE-LNHB to eight participating laboratories. In order to identify possible biases, the participants were asked to use all possible activity measurement methods available in their laboratory and then to determine their reference value for comparison. Thus, measurement results from 4pibeta-gamma coincidence/anti-coincidence counting, CIEMAT/NIST liquid-scintillation counting, 4pigamma counting with well-type ionization chambers and well-type crystal detectors were given. The results are compared and show a maximum discrepancy of about 1.6%: possible explanations are proposed.
Keywords
Antimony/analysis, Antimony/standards, International Cooperation, Photons, Reference Values, Reproducibility of Results, Scintillation Counting, Solutions, Weights and Measures
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Web of science
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