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# 1
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings). The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991).The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 2
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings). The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991).The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 3
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings). The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991).The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 4
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings). The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991).The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 5
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings). The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991).The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 6
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings).The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991). The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 7
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings).The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991). The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 8
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings).The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991). The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 9
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings).The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991). The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
# 10
KTB, WG Geophysics
Abstract: In the laboratory, the gamma radiation is measured by a sodium iodtite (NaI) scintillation detector (cores and cuttings) and by a germanium (Ge) semiconductor detector (cuttings).The cuttings are measured in air tight Marinelli-beakers with a volume of 250 cm3. For the core measurements a special, automatically operating equipment with three NaI detectors is used. A description of this apparatus is given in Wienand et al. (1989). The principle of measurements with the Ge-detector is described by Bücker et al. (1991). The measured spectra are calibrated by a standard of Luvarovite (NIM-L, South African Bureau of Standards). The influence of the local terrestrial radiation on the measurements has been corrected. Especially for the core measurements a calibration procedure has been performed for geometric corrections (core diameter and length). In general, a measuring time of 12 h for the NaI-detector and 2 h for the Ge-detector was chosen.
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