End-window counter with cable for α, β, γ and X-rays

LD 55901
End-window counter with cable for α, β, γ and X-rays
  4  End-window counter with cable for α, β, γ and X-rays

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Description

Self-quenching Geiger-Müller counter tube, in a plastic housing, with a very thin mica end-window which also allows the registration of soft β radiation. With a permanently attached cable. Complete with a protective cap for the mica window.
Additionally required:
Rate meter with integrated high-voltage supply.

Technical data

  • Gas filling: neon, argon, halogen
  • Mean operating voltage: 450 V
  • Connection: screened cable, 55 cm long, with
    coaxial plug (Amphenol-Tuchel T 3162/1)
  • Plateau length: 200 V
  • Relative plateau slope: < 0.05%/V
  • Dead time: approx. 100 µs
  • Service life: > 1010 pulses
  • Background in plateau: approx. 0.2 pulses/s
    (with 50 mm lead and 3 mm aluminium shielding)
  • Responsivity to γ radiation: approx. 1%
  • End-window: 9 mm diam.
  • Mass per unit area 1.5 ... 2 mg/cm2
  • Dimensions: 75 mm x 24 mm Ø

Related Documents

PDF (Instruction Sheet) PDF (Instruction Sheet) [559 01] End-window counter with cable for α, β, γ and X-rays
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.2.1 Investigating the attenuation of X-rays as a function of the absorber material and absorber thickness
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.2.2 Investigating the wavelength dependency of the attenuation coefficient
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.2.3 Investigating the relationship between the attenuation coefficient and the atomic number Z
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.3.1 Bragg reflection: diffraction of X-rays at a monocrystal
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.3.2 Investigating the energy spectrum of an X-ray tube as a function of the high voltage and the emission current
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.3.3 Duane-Hunt relation and determination of Planck's constant
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.3.5 Edge absorption: filtering X-rays
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.3.6 Moseley's law and determination of the Rydberg constant
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.1 Fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a molybdenum anode
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.11 High-resolution fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a molybdenum anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.12 High-resolution fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a copper anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.13 High-resolution fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of an iron anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.14 High-resolution fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a silver anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.15 High-resolution fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a tungsten anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.17 High-resolution fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a gold anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.2 Fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a copper anode
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.3 Fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of an iron anode
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.4 Fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a silver anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.5 Fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a tungsten anode
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.7 Fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a gold anode (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.7.1 Compton effect: verifying the energy loss of the scattered X-ray quantum
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.4.1.4 Recording the characteristic of a Geiger-Müller (end-window) counter tube
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.4.4.2 Attenuation of β radiation when passing through matter (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.4.4.3 Confirming the inverse-square law of distance for β radiation (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.5.7.1 Deflection of beta radiation in a magnetic field
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P7.1.2.1 Bragg reflection: determining the lattice constants of monocrystals
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P7.1.2.4 Debye-Scherrer Scan: determining the lattice plane spacings of polycrystalline powder samples
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) D6.1.2.3a Absorption of α, β and γ rays (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) D6.1.2.4a How count rate depends on distance (de)
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) D6.1.2.6a Deflection of β rays by a magnetic field (de)
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