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Omelnyk A.P.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology | Levenets V.V.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology | Lonin A.Y.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology | Shchur A.O.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology
Problems of Atomic Science and Technology | Year: 2015

The studying of possibility of X-ray radiometric, X-ray fluorescence and proton induced X-ray emission methods of determination of iodine content in carbon are presented. The analytical and technical characteristics of experimental setups for elemental analysis using these methods are considered. The ways to improve the existing analytical possibilities are proposed. © 2015, National Science Center, Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology. All rights Reserved. Source


Levenets V.V.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology | Sokolenko V.I.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology | Vinokurov E.I.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology | Lonin A.Y.,National Scientific Center Kharkov Institute of Physic and Technology | And 3 more authors.
Problems of Atomic Science and Technology | Year: 2016

Nuclear-physical method of determining of the coefficient of absorption of iodine by carbon materials using stable isotopes of iodine is presented. Equipments are designed and created for the pumping of air with iodine vapors and for the measuring of iodine content. The processes of dynamic sorption of iodine in industrial carbon adsorbents and the possibility of determining the iodine content by nuclear-physical methods are studied, and the metrological characteristics of X-ray radiometric method are presented. Application of method allows carrying out the certification of carbon adsorbents for gas-cleaning systems and improving the safety of nuclear power plant (NPP) operation. © 2016, National Science Center, Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology. All rights reserved. Source

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