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An improved method and system of pulsed mode operation of ionization chambers in which a single sensor system with gamma compensation is provided by sampling, squaring, automatic gate selector, and differential amplifier circuit means, employed in relation to chambers sensitized to neutron plus gamma and gamma-only to subtract out the gamma component, wherein squaring functions circuits, a supplemental high performance pulse rate system, and operational and display mode selection and sampling gate circuits are utilized to provide automatic wide range linear measurement capability for neutron flux and reactor power and wherein neon is employed as an additive in the ionization chambers to provide independence of ionized gas kinetics temperature effects, and wherein the pulsed mode of operation provide independence of high temperature insulator leakage effects. AUTOMATIC MODE B/S SET GATE 396 8/5 OUTPUT LEVEL 398 EXTENTEB MAR 2 5 I975 snm s 95 9 CLOCK T (ARBITRARY UNITS OF TIME} I GENERATED BY CLOSING SWITCH 3606 IN POSITION 4 FIG.The pulse mode, ion chamber and proportional, is restricted to lower ranges of neutron flux and reactor power applications due to the necessity that, for proper operation, their responses to neutron interactions must be separated in time sufficiently to preclude the occurrence of two or more events within the resolving time of the electronic circuitry used with the sensor.(The pulse mode, however, does afford a high degree of gamma field discrimination capability, making it a most useful mode of operation.) Until recently the restriction limited this mode of operation to flux levels less than approximately l nv and pulse rates of less than approximately 10 sec where nv is the product of the neutron density (neutrons/cm) and the average neutron velocity (cm/sec), and directly relates to the average neutron flux density (neutrons/ cm -Sec).When cosmic rays enter the atmosphere, they undergo various transformations, including the production of neutrons. Occasional spikes may occur; for example, there is evidence for an unusually strong increase of the production rate in AD 774 - 775, caused by an extreme solar energetic particle event, strongest for the last ten millennia.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon-14#Natural_production_in_the_atmosphere Therefore, the regional ΔC14 and Be10 records only partially reflect solar activity because other "atmospheric processes" also produce radionuclides.
Arguably, the burning up of a cometary debris train in the Earth's atmosphere would significantly enhance the level of atmospheric Carbon-14.