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Density-profile analyser for composite materials

, : Density-profile analyser for composite materials. Drevo 47(2/3): 48-49

Details are given of the principle of using attenuation of gamma radiation from the isotope Am241 to study the density profile of particleboards, cement-bonded particleboards, fibreboards, etc.

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