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Idaho National Laboratory

Gamma-ray Spectrometry Center

The Idaho National Laboratory (INL), capitalizing on its extensive experience, equipment resources, and extended scientific database, has established the INL Gamma-Ray Spectrometry Center. The purpose of the Center is to provide specialized data and technical services in the field of Gamma-ray Spectrometry for radiation measurements in many disciplines.

This site includes integrated technical reference material of gamma energies, decay spectra and actual spectral Data in catalog form, history of gamma-ray Spectrometry at the INL, and Links to other sources of nuclear data. We hope this information is useful for educating and supporting users who are applying Gamma-ray Spectrometry to an expanding experimental and application based environment.

Note: This is a new location for the Gamma-ray Spectrometry Center. Please be sure to update your bookmarks as the old URL will only be active for a short period of time.

David Nigg, (208) 526-7627, Send E-mail