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An experimental survey of the estimation of stray light levels and corrections has been carried out. The performance of methods requiring no special instrumentation has been evaluated and compared. A new method, as convenient as the currently used filters method and capable of yielding
better results especially when large stray light corrections are required, has been established and tested.
Institut de Physique Nucléaire, Division de Radiochimie, Laboratoire d'Arcueil, 94, Arcueil, France
Publication date: September 1, 1971
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