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It depends not only on the properties of the detectors, but also on the nuclear charge and kinetic energy of the fragments. A typical example of a spectrum of different members of a nuclear decay chain is given in Fig. 1. As it appears from Fig. 1, the more important elements contributing to the total mass chain can be well separated. A fit of (equidistant) Gaussian normal distributions provides the respective contributions. As obvious from the figure, contributions of fractional yields smaller than about 5% are however difficult to ascertain and should be treated with caution.