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The activating field of microtron bremsstrahlung is characterized by sharp recession of intensity in lateral and longitudinal directions. Therefore, the irradiation of several samples simultaneously results in their different activation which is a source of systematic error. Evaluation of correction coefficients needed for quantitative analysis by measurement of thin copper disks placed between the samples does not result in acceptable data. For these purposes a method for 3D-activating field monitoring and Monte-Carlo simulation for computation of the needed correction coefficients has been developed. The monitor represents the copper foil wrapped round the sample assembly. The autoradiogram of the irradiated monitor is used for characterization of the activating field. The Monte-Carlo simulation model involves both the field characteristics and the results obtained while making single training analysis.

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Petro Hasiuk, Nataliya Hasiuk, Dmytro Kindiy, Victoriya Ivanchyshyn, Dmytro Kalashnikov, and Sergiy Zubchenko

differences of the results for different groups were determined using Student’s t -test. The difference was considered likely in common in the medical and research error probability ( p  < 0.05). The probability of error evaluated the tables Student given the

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, controlling the specific growth rate to a desired set-point (0.2 h −1 ). The average-specific growth rate based on heat was calculated (0.21 h −1 ) and the mean tracking error evaluated (0.03 h −1 ) in order to assess the robustness of the specific growth

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Correlation between hippocampal neuron cells and reference/working memory errors Evaluation of the Ctrl, MSG, and MSG EE rats revealed a negative correlation (Fig.  6 ) between the number of hippocampal CA3/CA1 neuronal cells and reference

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Simone Rodda, Stephanie S. Merkouris, Charles Abraham, David C. Hodgins, Sean Cowlishaw, and Nicki A. Dowling

and error evaluations that may foster reinvention of ineffective approaches. The aims of this study were to (a) develop a classification system that represented the content and characteristics of problem gambling interventions, (b) determine

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