Hello! Mark from California

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Mark Rowley
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Hello! Mark from California

Post by Mark Rowley » 23 Oct 2015, 16:23

Hello all. Looking forward to learning as much as possible about gamma spectrosopy and related hardware. I currently have a Bicron 1.5x2.25 NaI(TI) PMT and the GS-1100A is due to arrive in the next several days. Just now designing a castle for the PMT.

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Re: Hello! Mark from California

Post by Sesselmann » 23 Oct 2015, 16:36

Hi Mark,

Welcome to the forum, The Bicron should be a good detector, nice practical size too. Hope your GS arrives before the weekend, if not it should be there next week, good idea to check with the local post office if it hasn't arrived within 7 days.

Steven

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Re: Hello! Mark from California

Post by Mark Rowley » 24 Oct 2015, 12:06

Tracking says it arrived in Los Angeles on the 21st. I'm sure it'll be here tomorrow or monday.

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