radiometric analysis

radiometric analysis

[¦rād·ē·ō¦me·trik ə′nal·ə·səs]
(analytical chemistry)
Quantitative chemical analysis that is based on measurement of the absolute disintegration rate of a radioactive component having a known specific activity.
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Contract notice: Framework agreements for radiometric analysis.
Swedish Radiation invite to bid on these tenders areas regarding Radiometric analysis in Radiation Safety monitoring program:
Used for reflectivity analysis of coated glass samples--a potential material for photovoltaic panels--Ocean Optic's NIRQuest spectrometers are analytical tools for photovoltaic materials research, spectro radiometric analysis of solar simulators, and quality control.
The radiometric analysis no 5 is the first age determination for gabbroic rocks of Socotra.
Otoliths were first considered for age estimation (sectioning), and the remainder were reserved for radiometric analysis.
Based on previous aging studies and the need to conserve samples for radiometric analysis, approximately 310 otoliths (25% of the collection) were assumed to be sufficient for age estimation.
Because we possessed a limited number of blackgill rockfish otoliths (~1200), an age prediction model was created to conserve otolith material for radiometric analysis.
The radiometric analysis was conducted as described in Andrews et al.
In the case of the radiometric analysis (or pulse gamma logging), although corrections were never applied for thorium, analytical work was carried out to check for thorium content in most cases.
In addition, in the cases where radiometric analysis (passive pulse gamma logging) was carried out, it was accepted by Telluride as being equivalent to chemical analysis.
Tenders are invited for supply of radiometric analysis system for gross gamma radiation measurement.
Radiometric analysis of blue grenadier, Macruronus novaezelandiae, otolith cores.