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Design, Construction and Calibration of A High Accuracy Carbon-14 Counting Set up

  • P P Tans (a1) and W G Mook (a1)

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The construction and performance of a proportional CO2 counter system is described by which an over-all accuracy is obtained of 1.3‰ after a two-day counting period.

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