Effects based on Particle Detectors
Photographic Action: Nuclear particles ( α, β, γ) leaves track if they travel through photographic plates. The track produced in photographic plates becomes observable when the photographic plate is developed.
Fluorescence: Nuclear radiations especially α- particles produces flashes of light. When they fall upon a screen coated with a fluorescent material, such as Zinc sulfide. These flashes of light are called Scintillations.
- Ionisation Chamber-Nuclear Radiation Detectors
- Conservation Laws in Nuclear Reactions :
- Wilson Cloud Chamber
- Raman Effect: Experimental Setup & Explanation