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Feasibility of instrumental neutron activation analysis for trace element studies in natural soils



Feasibility of instrumental neutron activation analysis for trace element studies in natural soils



Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 168(1): 61-68



Fifty surface soils, mainly podzols, with very variable organic matter content and elemental composition were investigated to see to what extent INAA would prove useful for multi-element surveys. A conventional scheme of irradiations and decay intervals was used and 35 elements were determined. Detection limits of the various trace elements were studied with respect to the influence of elements giving rise to major radionuclides in activated samples.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02040878


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