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storage and analysis capabilities extend the usefulness of handheld MCAs.

Acknowledgements:

The authors wish to acknowledge Duc Vo of LANL for permission to use his unpublished data, and to Nancy A. Slater of ORTEC for taking the remainder of the data.

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