What is a Geiger Counter?
A Geiger counter is an instrument used for detecting and measuring ionizing radiation. Also known as a Geiger–Mueller counter (or Geiger–Müller counter). Geiger counters are used to detect radioactive emissions, most commonly beta particles and gamma rays. The counter consists of a tube filled with an inert gas that becomes conductive of electricity when it is impacted by a high-energy particle. Geiger Counter is widely used in applications such as radiation dosimetry, radiological protection, experimental physics, and the nuclear industry. GQ’s GMC product is nuclear radiation detector. They are able to detect Beta, Gama, X-ray, Alpha radiation (some models). The...
What is a EMF Meter?
Electromagnetic Radiation, Frequency Detector 101