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Title: REGRESSION ANALYSIS OF GAMMA-RAY SPECTROMETER DATA WITH AN APPLICATION TO THE ASSAY OF HUMAN RADIOACTIVITY BURDENS.

REGRESSION ANALYSIS OF GAMMA-RAY SPECTROMETER DATA WITH AN APPLICATION TO THE ASSAY OF HUMAN RADIOACTIVITY BURDENS.
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OSTI Identifier:OSTI ID: 4764479
DOE Contract Number:AT(30-1)-3136
Resource Type:Journal Article
Resource Relation:Journal Name: pp 1220-30 of Modern Trends in Activation Analysis. Vol. II. DeVoe, James R. (ed.). Washington, D. C., National Bureau of Standards, 1969.; Other Information: From International Conference on Modern Trends in Activation Analysis, Gaithersburg, Md. See NBS-Spec. Publ.--312(Vol.2); CONF-681003--(Vol.2). Orig. Receipt Date: 31-DEC-70
Research Org:New York Univ. Medical Center
Country of Publication:United States
Language:English
Subject: N20140* --Chemistry--Analytical & Separations Chemistry; N28420 --Life Sciences--Health Physics & Safety--Dosimetry & Monitoring; BODY; CESIUM 137; DETERMINATION; GAMMA SPECTROMETERS; MAN; POTASSIUM 40; RADIATION DETECTORS; RADIUM 226; SPECTRA; WHOLE-BODY COUNTING RADIUM ISOTOPES Ra-226/determination by whole body counting, regression analysis of $gamma$ spectra in; CESIUM ISOTOPES Cs-137/ determination by whole body counting, regression analysis of $gamma$ spectra in; MAN/radioactivity burdens on, regression method of analysis of $gamma$ spectra from whole-body counting for determining; POTASSIUM ISOTOPES K-40/determination by whole body counting, regression analysis of $gamma$ spectra in; GAMMA SPECTROMETERS/data from, regression analysis of