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A set of data for the analysis results for a single radionuclide.
cbrn:Nuclide holds other objects.
cbrn:Nuclide can hold any of these following objects, starting with the most specific and becoming more generic as you move down the list:
True if identified; false otherwise. Indicates whether the nuclide was identified by the analysis.
Holds true/false values.
A Name of the nuclide.
A calculated activity of a nuclide at the measurement time, expressed in kilobecquerel (kBq) units.
A 1-sigma absolute uncertainty in the value of a NuclideActivityValue, expressed in kilobecquerel (kBq) units.
A value for the minimum detectable activity (MDA) of a nuclide, expressed in kilobecquerel (kBq) units.
A free-form text description of the confidence in the identification status of this nuclide; for example, Low, Medium, High.
A value for the 1-sigma absolute uncertainty in the value of NuclideIDConfidenceValue.
An Indication of confidence ranging from 0.0 to 100.0 percent, in the identification status of a nuclide, where increasing values indicate more certainty that the nuclide is present. The interpretation of this value is dependent on the characteristics of the nuclide identification algorithm.
A description of the category of the nuclide.
An assessed geometry of a radiation source.
Holds code table entries.
An estimated location of a nuclide source by actual geographical coordinates or relative to a reference point.
Holds other objects.
An identifier of the estimated effective atomic number of the material shielding a nuclide.
An estimated effective areal density of the material shielding a nuclide, in g/cm^2.
A placeholder for comments intended to help the consumer of the data to understand better the information encapsulated by the parent element.