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Trinitite HPGe spectrum

Some months ago I’ve bought a trinitite sand from United Nuclear. They’re website description say: Early in the morning on July 16th, 1945, the first…

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DIY scintillation probe: alluminium enclosures

How to make a scintillation probe with aluminium enclosure? Is not that hard if you have a lathe, a mill and a drill. I start…

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DIY scintillation probe: the easy way

This guide is under continuative update. updated 9 June 2019 updated 12 June 2019 updated 21 June 2019 Intro Many backers of my USB PMT…

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Posted in Crystal scintillators

CsI undoped

I’ve bought this 10x10x30mm CsI undoped crystal scintillator from Moscow. It’s looking great! Let we see what Saint Gobain tells about this type of crystal…

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The Bequerel experiment

I always desired to reproduce some experiments of first pioneers of radioactivity. Bequerel exposing some photographic plates to the radioactivity of some uranium rocks obtained…

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LYSO + ZnS(Ag) new order

Today I’ve made a new order from The Rad Lab. This time I’ve found on it’s ebay store a stock of 20 LYSO crystals to…

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ZP1210

I’ve found this two interesting modules at Marzaglia ham radio flea market (11 May 2019) and bought for 5€. Each module have soldered two geiger…

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Anthracene

For Beta counting and Beta spectroscopy parpuses, Antracene (C14H10) an organic scintillator material is widely used. It’s light output yeld is the highest of the…

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Antenna rotor clean up

Some months ago I’ve received from the local A.R.I. radio club an old antenna rotor. I think it is a Daiwa but there is no…

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Mosley TA-33-JRN

I’m an ham radio operator since year 2008. I’ve started this hobby with simple and relatively cheap equipment: an FT757GX transceiver and a long wire…

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