neutron-activation analysis The analysis of a material by bombarding a sample with fast-moving neutrons in the core of a nuclear reactor. Neutrons are added to the nuclei of stable isotopes to form new radionuclides which decay, producing particles with characteristic energies that can be measured with a scintillation counter.
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