radiation detector


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radiation detector

An instrument used to detect the presence of radiation.
See: dosimeter
See also: detector
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Numerous compound semiconductors have been actively investigated for use in radiation detectors [1-9].
"We look forward to continuing our work with the European Commission, DARPA and other national law enforcement agencies to deploy our best-of-breed radiation detectors to protect people and property."
Delgado's KoyrGeiger connects with Android devices and turns them into advanced radiation detectors with GPS capability to log data and calculate numbers.
Accurate locations for the ROV and radiation detector were obtained from the vessel's dynamic positioning (DP) system.
Engineering group Smiths will make portable radiation detectors to spot substances that could be used by terrorists within a device.
Foundry operations, at the minimum, must have a handheld radiation detector, while medium-to-large plants that have many different types of vehicles cross their scale should invest in a large, state-of-the-art plastic scintillator detection system.
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Lead Iodide is a promising material for high efficiency solid-state radiation detector with applications in the area of medicine and X-ray/Gamma ray spectroscopy.
It was expanded in 2009 to span 1 square kilometer, becoming the world's biggest Cherenkov radiation detector.
Not if a new radiation detector developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colo., gets wide deployment.
An innovation in radiation detection has been the Cricket, a radiation detector mounted onto a scrap-handling grapple.