A Short History of Nuclear Activation Analysis.- Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of Biological Samples.- Neutron Activation Analysis of Biological Samples with a Preirradiation Chemical Separation.- Nondestructive Determination of Arsenic in Urine by Epithermal Neutron Activation Analysis and Compton Suppression.- CADEIA and REJECT: Codes to Complete Relevant ?-? and ?-? True-Coincidence Lines in Absolute Counting of Gamma Rays with a LEPD.- Determination of Trace Elements in Standard Reference Materials by the ko-Standardization Method.- A New Microcomputer-Controlled Neutron Activation Analysis System: Description and Applications for the Analysis of Bioenvironmental Specimens.- The Use of Compton Suppression Spectrometers for Trace Element Studies in Biological Materials.- Tomography and Elemental Analysis of Biological Systems.- Application of Polyaciylamide Gel Electrophoresis/Neutron Activation Analysis for Protein Quantiication.- Location and Quantification of Metal Ions in Enzymes Combining Polyaciylamide Gel Electrophoresis and Particle-Induced X-Ray Emission.- Analysis of Biological Samples Using Prompt Gamma Radiations Induced by 14.7-MeV Neutrons.- A New Technique for the Study of Erythrocyte Survival by Double Labeling and Use of a Well-Type Ge Detector.- Charged-Particle Activation Analysis of Biological Material.- An ?-Ray Microprobe Facility Using Synchrotron Radiation.- Radioisotope Induced X-Ray Emission (RI ?E) Studies in Life Sciences.- Nuclear Analytical Methods for Trace Element Studies in Calcified Tissues.- Fluorine Concentrations in Bone Biopsy Samples Determined by Proton-Induced Gamma-Ray Emission and Cyclic Neutron Activation.- Study of Physiopathological Phenomena in Dental Enamel by Neutron Activation Analysis.- Trace Element Content of Biological Materials: A Comparison of NAA and ICP-MS Analysis.- Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of Geological and Biological Reference Materials Using the ko-Standardization Method.- Soluble Metals in the Atmosphere and Their Biological Implications: A Study to Identify Important Aerosol Components by Statistical Analysis of PIXE Data.- Major and Trace Elements in Spruce Needles by NAA.- Transfer of Toxic Elements from the Atmosphere to Cattle and Game Animals.- Determination of Trace Elements In Aerosol Samples by Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis.- Production of 134s Thermo-Generated Aerosols: Study of Their Behavior After Deposition on Spruce Trees.- Whole Body Content and Turnover of Cs and K.- Studies of Cadmium Uptake in Bone and Its Environmental Distribution.- Elemental Concentrations in Hair of Inhabitants of a Cadmium-Polluted Area.- Determination of Manganese in Airborne Particulates in a Dry-Cell Battery Factory Using ?-Ray Fluorescence Technique.- Environmental Impact of the Gold Mining Industry in Ghana.- Trace Element Determination in Scalp Hair of People Working at a Copper Smelter.- Air Quality Status in Kinshasa as Determined by Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis, Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, and Ion Exchange Chromatography.- Mapping Technique Based on Elemental Hair Composition Data.- Environmental Specimen Banking: A Complement to Environmental Monitoring.- Alaskan Marine Mammal Tissue Archival Project.- A Comprehensive Study on the Contents and Leaching of Trace Elements from Fly-Ash Originating from Polish Hard Coal by NAA and AAS Methods.- An Environmental Research on Trace Elements in Freshwater Fish by Neutron Activation Analysis.- Identifying Source of Groundwater Pollution Using Trace Element Signatures.- An Application of INAA and PIXE on the Analysis of Nutritional and Toxicological Elements in Samples of Drinkable Water.- Plastics from Household Goods Waste as a Source of Heavy Metal Pollution: An Inventory Study Using INAA as the Analytical Technique.- Reference Man and Woman More Fully Characterized: Variations on the Basis of Body Size, Age, Sex, and Race.- In Vivo Neutron Activation Analysis of
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