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Zastosowanie neutronowej analizy aktywacyjnej NAA do identyfikacji materii pochodzenia kosmicznego na Ziemi

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Application of Neutron Activation Analysis for identification of cosmic matter on Earth
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Neutron activation analysis (NAA) is an analytical method based on the measurement of characteristic radiation from radionuclides formed by neutron irradiation of the material of interest. The most suitable source of neutrons for NAA is a research reactor. The neutron activation analysis has been found to be extremely useful in the determination of trace and minor elements in geological and extraordinary samples. The method is non-destructive, giving many advantages, which are described. Measured abundances of the elements in meteorites, from major constituents down to those appearing only in trace amounts, provide information important for the theories of the origin and history of the Solar System.
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  • Instytut Energii Atomowej, Ośrodek Radioizotopów POLATOM
  • Instytut Energii Atomowej, Centrum Doskonałości MANHAZ
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