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A Geiger counter is a device for measuring radioactivity by detecting and counting ionizing particles.

Posted on Jan 30, 2013

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CPM stands for counts per minute, this unit of measure is used to measure the amount of radioactivity.

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What are the units of measurement used in a Geiger counter?


The Geiger counter uses a few different types of units, mainly mR/r (Milli-Roentgens per hour) and uSv/hr (micro-Sieverts per hour).

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When was the Geiger counter invented?


The principle was first discovered in 1908 but the it wasn't fully developed until 1928 by Geiger-Muller.

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How does a geiger counter work?


You can read here: http://www-spof.gsfc.nasa.gov/Education/wgeiger.html

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