Neulog Geiger Counter Sensor NUL-247
Item # NL-2470
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The most common types of radiation are alpha, beta and gamma. The NeuLog Geiger sensor measures all three types of radiation.
The most common types of radiation are alpha, beta and gamma. The NeuLog Geiger sensor measures all three types of radiation. The radioactivity of a sample can be measured by counting how many ionizing events occurred in a period of time or as rate (counts per second, for example). Possible experiments that can be performed are: Radioactivity and distance, Lifetime measurements, Biological radioactive markers, measuring half-lives, Radiation shielding, etc. The Geiger counter sensor uses the following units of measure: Counts: Total number of ionizing events.
- Counts/s: Number of ionizing events per second.
- Counts/m: Number of ionizing events per minute.
- μSv/h: Microsievern per hour.
- μR/h: Microroentgen per hour.