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Activation analysis

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Procedure for the quantitative and qualitative determination of chemical elements in a sample to be analysed. The sample becomes radioactive through bombardment with neutrons or charged particles. The resulting radioactive atoms of the sample emit characteristic rays by which the type of atoms can be identified and the quantity measured. The activation analysis is frequently more sensitive than a chemical analysis and is used increasingly in research, industry, archaeology and criminology.

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