High School / Physics

Radiation

In this lab, students will use a Geiger-Müller tube to measure radiation intensity, while studying how radioactive particles react with various materials.

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Radiation Sources

Radioactive Sources (set of 3)

Contains three radioactive sources. See specs for individual sources for details.

G-M Tube/Power Supply

A Geiger-Muller probe that senses alpha, beta and gamma radiation.

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Physics Through Inquiry

Radiation