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Title: Liquid and solid scintillation: principles and applications
Author: Benito González, Carmen
Jiménez Guerrero, Andrés
Sánchez García, Cristina
Navarro i Sabaté, Àurea
Keywords: Escintil·ladors
Anàlisi instrumental
Instrumental analysis
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Centres Científics i Tecnològics. Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: Scintillation counting is one of the most important developments in the application of radioisotopes to procedures needed by scientists, physicians, engineers, and technicians from many diverse discipline for the detection and quantitative measurement of radioactivity. In fact, Scintillation is the most sensitive and versatile technique for the detection and quantification of radioactivity. Particularly, Solid and Liquid scintillation measurement are, nowadays, standard laboratory methods in the life-sciences for measuring radiation from gamma- and beta-emitting nuclides, respectively. This methodology is used routinely in the vast majority of diagnostic and/or research laboratories from those of biochemistry and biology to clinical departments.
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It is part of: Capítol del llibre: Handbook of instrumental techniques for materials, chemical and biosciences research, Centres Científics i Tecnològics. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, 2012. Part III. Biosciences technologies (BT), BT.12, 12 p.
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