This site and information found here on Liquid Scintillation (LS) are derived from “Liquid Scintillation – Measuring Procedures, New Developments” handbook. It contains the most important contemporary radioanalytical procedures applying this modern measuring technology. Additionally, it serves as a manual for the determination of radioisotopes by LS. New developments in this context are described with emphasis on research work on natural radionuclides published recently in two other handbooks. It was also featured on the Proceedings of the “International Conferences on Liquid Scintillation Spectrometry” LSC2001, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2017. This handbook is also available as printed book under ISBN 978-3-923704-95-8.
The results found in this site are based on literature compilations and experimental investigations to the best of our knowledge. The authors point out that in the implementation of these methods depend on specific, individual circumstances.
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- Introduction to Measuring Procedures
- Instrument Calibration Procedures
- Natural Radionuclides
- Aqueous Samples
- Gross Alpha Beta Survey in Drinking Water
- Radon by Extraction
- Radon by Gel Counting
- Ra-226 through Radon Emanation
- Radium by Derived Radium RAD Disk Method
- Simultaneous Determination of Ra-226/228 and Pb-210 Using Radium RAD Disk and TDCR
- Quick Method for Key Nuclides in Drinking Water
- Uranium Isotopes by Extractive Scintillation
- Tritium by Distillation
- Sea Water Samples
- Organic Samples
- Aqueous Samples
- Radionuclides from Nuclear Fission Activities
- Strontium by Strontium RAD Disk
- Sr-90 and Pb-210 by Extraction Chromatography
- Sr-90 and Pb-210 by Plastic Scintillator Using Microspheres
- Strontium in Milk
- Sr-89/90 by Cerenkov Counting
- Strontium Isotopes (Sr-89/Sr-90 and Sr-90/Y-90) by TDCR Cerenkov Counting
- Fe-55 by Extraction Chromatography
- Ni-63 by Extraction Chromatography
- Fe-55 and Ni-63 in Radioactive Waste
- Ca Isotopes in Biological Shield
- Fe-55 and Ca-41 in Decommissioning Activities by TDCR-LSC
- Sample Preparation for Pu-241 Analysis (BioRad)
- Pu-241 in Presence of Other Plutonium Isotopes (LS Alpha Spectrometry)
- Tc by RAD Disk and PSresins
- Multiple Radionuclide Analysis
- Radiation Protection
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