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Activation Analysis of Ungulate Hair

Science  04 Mar 1966:
Vol. 151, Issue 3714, pp. 1085-1086
DOI: 10.1126/science.151.3714.1085

Abstract

Hair samples from the horse, elk, deer, moose, and antelope; subcutaneous tissue from the moose and antelope; and cast and living skin of the rattlesnake were activated by exposure to a neutron flux. The resulting products were studied by pulse-height analysis. Differences in type and proportion of trace elements appear to be consistent within the species studied.

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