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Digital approaches to field neutron spectrometry-NPL Report IR 23.

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Digital approaches to field neutron spectrometry-NPL Report IR 23. / Akurugoda Gamage, Kelum Asanga; Hawkes, Nigel; Taylor, Graeme .

National Physical Laboratory, 2010.

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Akurugoda Gamage KA, Hawkes N, Taylor G. Digital approaches to field neutron spectrometry-NPL Report IR 23. National Physical Laboratory. 2010 Sep.

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Akurugoda Gamage, Kelum Asanga ; Hawkes, Nigel ; Taylor, Graeme . / Digital approaches to field neutron spectrometry-NPL Report IR 23. National Physical Laboratory, 2010.

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