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Abstract  

The hydrogen concentration for the reference material low-alloy steel was estimated using prompt gamma neutron activation analysis. The hydrogen concentration had a range of 0.91–1.14 mg/kg as measured by the prompt gamma activation method but the reference value was about 1.0 mg/kg as measured by the ICP/AES method. The relative error appeared to be 14% and the differences showed as the background by blank. The standard reference material (NIST SRM) was used for the analytical control.

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A prompt gamma activation analysis facility has been constructed on the ST1 horizontal beam port at the HANARO research reactor, KAERI in 2003. The detector system consists of a high-purity Ge detector surrounded by BGO/NaI(Tl) scintillators as an annulus type to reject the Compton scattered photons. Detection sensitivity for boron was obtained from the prompt gamma-ray spectra of boric acid, B(OH)3, containing 0.1-65 μg boron. The net peak for the calculation of the boron concentration was obtained by eliminating the sodium 472 keV peak, involved in the boron 478 keV peak. The biological samples used are NIST SRMs such as Peach Leaves, Apple Leaves, Tomato Leaves, Spinach Leaves, Total Diet, Typical Diet, Oyster Tissue and Corn Bran, etc. The measured values for high boron concentration showed up to a 3% of the relative, but in a low concentration below 5 ppm, present values were higher than the certified ones.

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