Giger muller counter (g.m tube), Physics

Giger Muller counter (G.M tube)

the operation principle of G.M tube is even small amount of ionization produced by single beta ray entering the tube can trigger discharge ,producing a large pulse of electricity that can be counted electrically fig(3) .It of little used in medicine because it is inefficient for detecting gamma rays.

 

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