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Effect of Long Decay Chains on the Counting Statistics in the Analysis of Radium224 and Radon222
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7.This interpretation of J is accurate only for counting times very short compared to the half‐life of the parent. For counting times very long compared to the half‐life of the parent and for which the geometrical counting efficiency approaches 4π, the value of J will approach zero as a limit.
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