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5 includes data on accelera tors. Use of moderating materials such as water or paraffin around the target assembly extends the usefulness of accelerators to thermal neutron activations. Figs. 7 show a neutron generator and its installation for fast neutron activation. Fig. 3 lists elements that can be determined with sensitivities of 10 ppm or better, following five minute fast neutron irradiation of one gram samples. Similar information with sensitivities of 100 ppm is provided for thermal neutrons in Fig.
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