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Maintaining radioanalytical data quality: The challenges of decommissioning analysis

Maintaining radioanalytical data quality: The challenges of decommissioning analysis
Maintaining radioanalytical data quality: The challenges of decommissioning analysis
Phil Warwick, Ian Croudace & Richard Marsh discuss their experiences of the problems with radioanalytical characterisation of decommissioning materials, implications to data quality and some approaches that have been developed to overcome the challenges
44-47
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Warwick, Phillip
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Warwick, Phillip, Croudace, Ian and Marsh, Richard (2011) Maintaining radioanalytical data quality: The challenges of decommissioning analysis. Nuclear Future, 7 (5), 44-47.

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Phil Warwick, Ian Croudace & Richard Marsh discuss their experiences of the problems with radioanalytical characterisation of decommissioning materials, implications to data quality and some approaches that have been developed to overcome the challenges

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Published date: 2011

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