Measurement and Detection of Radiation, Fourth Edition by Nicholas Tsoulfanidis

By Nicholas Tsoulfanidis

Advent to Radiation Measurements what's intended by way of Radiation?Statistical Nature of Radiation EmissionErrors and Accuracy and Precision of Measurements varieties of error Nuclear InstrumentationErrors of Radiation CountingIntroductionDefinition of ProbabilityBasic chance TheoremsProbability Distributions and Random VariablesLocation Indexes (Mode, Median, Mean)Dispersion Indexes, Variance, and Standard Read more...

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9 A coin is tossed three times. What is the probability that the result will be heads in all three tosses? 5. The probability of tossing the coin three times (N = 3) and getting heads in all three tosses (n = 3) is P3 = 3! 5%) (3 − 3)! 3! n! p (1 − p) N! 8. 5, the distribution tends to be symmetric around the mean. 8. 9 ​POISSON DISTRIBUTION The Poisson distribution applies to events whose probability of occurrence is small and constant. It can be derived from the binomial distribution by letting N → ∞ p → 0 in such a way that the value of the average m = Np stays constant.

Note that the third value should be 15 V, but since the amplifier produces a maximum signal of 10 V, by design, the three different input pulses will show, erroneously, as two different pulses at the output. If only the number of particles is measured, there is no error introduced—but if the energy of the particles is measured, then the error is very serious. In the example given above, if gammas of three different energies produce the pulses at the output of the preamplifier indicated above, the pulses at the output of the amplifier will be attributed, erroneously, to gammas of two different energies.

3). Before it can be recorded, it will have to be amplified by a factor of a thousand or more. To achieve this, the signal will have to be transmitted through a cable to the next instrument of the counting system, which is the amplifier. Transmission of any signal through a cable attenuates it to a certain extent. If it is weak at the output of the detector, it might be lost in the electronic noise that accompanies the transmission. This is avoided by placing the preamplifier as close to the detector as possible.

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