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PLOMBUM’S lead applications

Some PLOMBUM’s low radioactivity lead applications can be found in papers and presentations, e.g.:

1.   Dark matter search. The CRESST facility. http://www.cresst.de/facility.php

2.   G. Heusser, Low-Radioactivity Background Techniques, Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science, 45 (1995) pp. 543-590.

3. H. Neder et al., Low level g-ray germanium-spectrometer to measure very low primordial radionuclide concentrations, Applied Radiat. Isot. 53 (2000)  pp. 191-195.

4. Dark matter search. The XENON100. http://xenon.astro.columbia.edu/presentations/baudis_idm08.pdf

5. T.M. Semkow et al., Low-background gamma spectrometry for environmental radioactivity, Applied Radiat. Isot. 57 (2002) pp. 213-223.

6. D. Budjas et al., Highly Sensitive Gamma-Spectrometers of GERDA for Material Screening: Part 2, (2008),  arXiv:0812.0768v

7. Integrated Ocean Drilling Programm, M.A. Vasiliev et al., A New Natural Gamma Radiation Measurement System for Marine Sediment and Rock Analysis http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1011/1011.2567.pdf

8. M. Köhler et al., A new low-level g-ray spectrometry system for environmental radioactivity at the underground laboratory Felsenkeller, Applied Radiat. Isot. 67 (2009) 736–740.

9. J.S. Elisabeth Wieslander,  Mikael Hult et al., The Sandwich spectrometer for ultra low-level g-ray spectrometry, Applied Radiat. Isot. 67 (2009) pp. 731–735.

10. S. Neumaier, M. Wójcik, H. Dombrowski, D. Arnold, Improvements of low-level gamma-ray spectrometry system at the underground laboratory „UDO”, Applied Radiat. Isot. 67 (2009) pp. 726-730.

11. T.M. Semkow et al., Low-Background Gamma Spectrometry for Environmental Assessment, The 44th Annual Midyear Meeting of the Health Physics Society, 6 February - 9 February 2011, Charleston, SC