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Advances in tritium extraction methods to aid efficient waste characterisation

Advances in tritium extraction methods to aid efficient waste characterisation
Advances in tritium extraction methods to aid efficient waste characterisation
Ian Croudace, Richard Marsh & Phil Warwick discuss their experiences in developing two efficient devices that have become widely used by the industry for extracting tritium prior to its radioanalytical determination
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Croudace, Ian
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Croudace, Ian
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Marsh, Richard
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Croudace, Ian, Marsh, Richard and Warwick, Phillip (2011) Advances in tritium extraction methods to aid efficient waste characterisation. Nuclear Future, 7 (5), 48-53.

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Ian Croudace, Richard Marsh & Phil Warwick discuss their experiences in developing two efficient devices that have become widely used by the industry for extracting tritium prior to its radioanalytical determination

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Published date: 2011

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