# Difference between revisions of "Analyzing the Production Curve for n-activation of Ag"

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From analysing the decay curves for the different irradiation times (12, 24, 48, 72, and 144 s) you should have five R<usb>0</sub> values for each of the isotopes. | From analysing the decay curves for the different irradiation times (12, 24, 48, 72, and 144 s) you should have five R<usb>0</sub> values for each of the isotopes. | ||

− | #Plot the R< | + | #Plot the R<sub>0</sub> values as a function of irradiation time (use Origin or similar software). |

#Assume that the R<usb>0</sub> for the 110Ag irradiation is exact. Use this value to determine the product of the detector efficieny and neutron flux. In the following, use this value as "true" whenever you need the product. | #Assume that the R<usb>0</sub> for the 110Ag irradiation is exact. Use this value to determine the product of the detector efficieny and neutron flux. In the following, use this value as "true" whenever you need the product. | ||

#Use the weight of the silverplate to determine the number of target atoms (silver atoms). | #Use the weight of the silverplate to determine the number of target atoms (silver atoms). | ||

#Now calculate the ''theoretical'' points for the nine other R<usb>0</sub> points. | #Now calculate the ''theoretical'' points for the nine other R<usb>0</sub> points. | ||

#How does your theoretical and experimentelly measured points agree? | #How does your theoretical and experimentelly measured points agree? |

## Revision as of 08:45, 5 October 2012

From analysing the decay curves for the different irradiation times (12, 24, 48, 72, and 144 s) you should have five R<usb>0</sub> values for each of the isotopes.

- Plot the R
_{0}values as a function of irradiation time (use Origin or similar software). - Assume that the R<usb>0</sub> for the 110Ag irradiation is exact. Use this value to determine the product of the detector efficieny and neutron flux. In the following, use this value as "true" whenever you need the product.
- Use the weight of the silverplate to determine the number of target atoms (silver atoms).
- Now calculate the
*theoretical*points for the nine other R<usb>0</sub> points. - How does your theoretical and experimentelly measured points agree?