Identification of the radionuclides in spent nuclear fuel that may be detected by Compton suppression and gamma-gamma coincidence methods
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The nuclides present in spent nuclear fuel are categorized according to their capacity for detection by Compton suppression or gamma-gamma coincidence methods. The fifty nuclides with the highest activities in spent fuel are identified, their decay schemes analyzed, and the best detection scheme for each is recommended.
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