emanometer


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emanometer

Pseudomedicine
A device similar to the Abrams generator (which alleged to measure biocurrents through fluctuation in electric resistance in a wire) invented by British homeopath Dr WE Boyd, which he believed could identify substances and chemicals at a distance.
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The concentration of Rn in soil air was determined directly with a Markus-10 emanometer at the same depth.