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  • 1 Faculty of Sciences (FS) Department of Physics Cetinjski put bb YU-81000 Titograd (Yugoslavia)
  • | 2 University of Gent Institute for Nuclear Sciences (INW) Proeftuinstraat 86 B-9000 Gent (Belgium)
  • | 3 University of Ljubljana Institute “Jożef Stefan” (IJS) Jamova 39 YU-61000 Ljubljana (Yugoslavia)
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Abstract  

The computer program SOLANG, originally developed by MOENS et al. for the efficiency conversion via effective solid angles (
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(bulky source counted at the top of detector), discrepancies were below 7% in the whole range of gamma-energies considered (88–1115 keV), with an average of 3–4%. EXTSANGLE is extensive and flexible with respect to the data input, storage and output, thus contributing to the automation of a gamma-spectrometry laboratory dealing, for instance, with the k0-NAA and/or environmental radioactivity monitoring.