Hello from South Australia!

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Falcon
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Hello from South Australia!

Post by Falcon » 10 Nov 2018, 13:09

Hi everyone,

Lachlan here from South Australia.

I just purchased my first gamma spectrometer (a shiny new gs-usb-pro) from Steven and really looking forward to seeing what I can do with it.

My day job is an analytical chemist, so I usually work with xrf and icp type machines, no gamma spectrometers, however!
Also used to work as a geologist, which is probably my main interest in the gamma spectacular; able to find minerals of interest.
South Australia is the perfect place for using a gamma system, with everything from nuclear test sites at Maralinga, ore bodies containing %levels of uranium and all sorts of rare earth minerals!
Lachlan S

Setup GS-USB-Pro
Shield22mm lead, 3mm tin, 2mm copper

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pilgrim
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Re: Hello from South Australia!

Post by pilgrim » 10 Nov 2018, 17:14

Hi Lachlan, welcome to the forum!
Daniel, Italy

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