An iron-free magnetic lens beta-ray spectrometer has been constructed. The spectrometer is mounted with its axis parallel to the earth's magnetic field. The spectrometer chamber has been constructed of aluminum tubing in order to reduce electron scattering to a minimum. The spectrometer has been used for the determination of gamma-ray energies from Zn65 and Co60.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Jensen, E. N.; Laslet, L. Jackson; and Pratt, William W.
"Abstract of Measurements of Gamma-Ray Energies with the Beta-Ray Spectrometer,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 55(1), 347-348.
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