Amplitude distribution spectrometers
Preliminaries. Types of measured distributions analyzed, typical displays, and data processing. The operation and construction of pulse-height spectrometers. Determination of pulse-height distributions with single-channell spectrometers. Determination of pulse-height distributions with multichannel spectrometers. Determination of pulse-height distributions by computer methods. Multiparameter spectrometers. Applications of pulse-height spectrometers.
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Preliminaries IV Scharf W Lisieski
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amplifier amplitude analogue-to-digital converter analysis anticoincidence averaging background baseline block diagram calculated calibration channel width circuit clock coincidence circuit constant correlation corresponding counter counting rate curve dead-time descriptors determined differential linearity differentiation discriminator display electron energy error example frequency function FWHM gamma gamma-ray gamma-ray spectra Gaussian Gaussian function Ge(Li given height input pulse input signal Instr integral interval ionization isotopes linear magnetic tape maximum measurements memory meter method minicomputer mode multichannel analyzer multichannel spectrometers multiparameter neutron Nucl nuclear number of channels obtained operation output pulse parameters particles peak photocathode photomultiplier pile-up position potentiometer preamplifier processing pulse-height pulse-height analyzer pulse-height spectrum radiation radionuclides range ratio recorded relative resolution sample scale scintillation scintillation counters semiconductor detectors shape shown in Fig spectra spectrogram stability statistical stored subgroup technique threshold voltage unit window X-ray zero