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After this exercise you should have the following:  
 
After this exercise you should have the following:  
  
 
*A description of how a Ge-detector works, and what it is.  
 
*A description of how a Ge-detector works, and what it is.  
*Tabulate values and intermediate results you used to plot the efficiency curve. Remember to calculate the uncertainty in the individual points!.
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*Tabulate values and intermediate results you used to plot the efficiency curve. Remember to calculate the uncertainty in the individual points!  
 
*You are free to choose if you want to plot your data by use a computer program (e.g. Origin or MS Excel) or draw them manually.  
 
*You are free to choose if you want to plot your data by use a computer program (e.g. Origin or MS Excel) or draw them manually.  
 
*The determination of the unkwnown, n-activated metall and its amount.
 
*The determination of the unkwnown, n-activated metall and its amount.
  
 
[[Category:Gamma_spectroscopy]][[Category:Unsolved_Problems]]
 
[[Category:Gamma_spectroscopy]][[Category:Unsolved_Problems]]

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After this exercise you should have the following:

  • A description of how a Ge-detector works, and what it is.
  • Tabulate values and intermediate results you used to plot the efficiency curve. Remember to calculate the uncertainty in the individual points!
  • You are free to choose if you want to plot your data by use a computer program (e.g. Origin or MS Excel) or draw them manually.
  • The determination of the unkwnown, n-activated metall and its amount.