Radioactive Tracers in Mineral Engineering Problems and Particularly in Flotation
A. M. GAUDIN; P. L. DE BRUYN
THE discovery of artificial radioactivity, that is, of radioactivity of acorns other than those which are naturally radioactive, has increased vastly the possibility of using radioactivity as an analytical cool. The incomparable value of radioactive atoms, which are commonly termed tracers, arises from the extreme sensitivity of this analytical method.
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