scintillometer


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scintillometer

(ˌsɪntɪˈlɒmɪtə)
n
(General Physics) physics a device for observing ionizing radiation by the scintillations it produces in a suitable material
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Tenders are invited for Etender for procurement of scintillometer spectrometer meter
25 m of greater than 10,000 cps (counts per second) and multiple intervals of less than 65,535 cps, the maximum reading possible by the RS-121 scintillometer before saturation.
New rapid method to determine radon and thoron from a single counting sequence using a field portable alpha particle scintillometer.
Scintillometer readings throughout the anomaly area are also uniformly 10 times background.
Within this interval, a 25-centimetre section gave an off-scale scintillometer (i) reading (greater than 9,999 counts per second).
and others, Combining scintillometer measurements and an aggregation scheme to estimate area-averaged latent heat flux during the AMMA experiment.
Bolero Resources Corp (TSX-V: BRU) (Frankfurt:U7N1) said today that multiple scintillometer anomalies have been identified on the north east portion of its Carbonatite Syndicate Rare Earth Claim Group, located 80km north east of Prince George, British Columbia.
Davis surveyed the site with a portable gamma scintillometer and jointly discovered two previously unknown dumps.
Further geological mapping, scintillometer surveying and ground magnetics will be undertaken during this summer before drill testing.
Gowda uses a scintillometer that employs laser light to measure the amount of turbulence caused by heat waves over crops.
le was logged with a BGS-4 portable scintillometer taking readings in counts per seconds (CPS) every 20 cm along the road cut slope.
20th Century Electronics, Canada, Mark IV Scintillometer.