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Hello there!

Post by GeoSteve » 26 Sep 2019, 08:22

Hello everyone, my name is Steve.
I'm a recent graduate from Texas, I've been interested in radiation detection for a long time, but I discovered the realm of gamma spectroscopy only a few weeks ago.
I'll be posting some spectra soon, I need some help identifying some of them. In the meantime, thanks to everyone in this forum, some posts helped me a lot configuring my driver and analyzing the first few spectra.


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Re: Hello there!

Post by Steven Sesselmann » 26 Sep 2019, 10:00

Hi Steve,

Welcome to the forum, due to persistent spammers I have to manually approve your first three posts, so there is a bit of delay between when you post and when the post shows up. Enjoy the journey of learning about gamma spectrometry and remember there is still a lot to discover inside the atom.


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