anticoincidence


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anticoincidence

(ˌæntɪkəʊˈɪnsɪdəns)
n
(Electronics) (modifier) of or relating to an electronic circuit that produces an output pulse if one but not both of its input terminals receives a pulse within a specified interval of time. Compare coincidence3
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The live-timed anticoincidence counting (LTAC) technique provides robust primary measurements for counting [beta]-[gamma] decays.
Since both the anticoincidence principle and the assumptions driving the counter-examples flow from the folk conception of ordinary objects, the paradoxes threaten this conception with inconsistency.
The first line of defense is the so-called anticoincidence detector, which is sensitive to charged particles but not gamma rays.
68] Ga, has been standardized for the first time at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) using 3 liquid scintillation-based techniques: live-timed 4[pi] [beta]-1[lambda] anticoincidence (LTAC) counting, the Triple-to-Double Coincidence Ratio (TDCR) method, and [.
6]LiF converter by signal summation from the first and the second detectors and application of coincidence and anticoincidence techniques.