Application of Accelerator Mass Spectrometry in Ecological, Medical and Biological Investigations

1Sukhodub, LF
1Institute of Applied Physics, NAS of Ukraine, Sumy
Nauka innov. 2010, 6(1):17-36
https://doi.org/10.15407/scin6.01.017
Section: Scientific Basis of Innovation Activity
Language: Russian
Abstract: 
The paper covers the principles of the accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS), development and history of AMS method, peculiarities of sample preparation and AMS application for dating of samples using radioisotope 14С, in the investigation of various environmental objects as well as medical and biological investigations with radioisotopes ap plication. The comparison of AMS with other analytical techniques is made.
Keywords: 14С isotope, accelerator mass spectrometry, dating, ecology, environment, medicine
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