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Angular Correlation of Gammas
written by Van Bistrow
Students use NaI/PMT detectors to measure the angular correlation of simultaneously emitted gammas from Na-22 and Co-60.
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= Radioactivity
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© 2008 University of Chicago, Department of Physics
angular, cobalt, coincidence, correlation, gamma, nuclear, photomultiplier, sodium
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Metadata instance created April 15, 2008 by Van Bistrow
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January 5, 2009 by Ramon Torres-Isea
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