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  • 1 Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow Russia
  • 2 Gent University, Institut voor Nucleaire Wetenschappen Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, Institute of Nuclear Science (INW) Proeftuinstraat 86 B-9000 Gent Belgium
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Abstract  

An electronic data base (DB) containing recently evaluated k0 and related data has been developed. The tables composing the DB are relationally linked to support data integrity. The purpose of the DB development is to make an official source of data used for electronic synchronization of the input parameters needed for the k0 methodology, which is developing in numerous laboratories. Such solution saves time when updating, ensures the quality of the primary data and hence of the analysis results, and due to the recording of the updating history preserves traceability of the data in time.