The proportional counter is used to detect & measure the energies of particles(α and β ) and also of photons. It operates under a potential difference across the electrodes which is such that the secondary ionization takes place but the output pulse is always proportional to the number of primary ions produced initially by entering particle (or photon).
- Orbitals; Shape of Orbitals; Difference between Orbit & Orbitals
- Rotatory & Translational Motion
- Heisenberg Uncertainty Relation
- Particle Detectors: Nuclear Radiation Detectors
- Geiger-Mueller Counter Tube [G.M.Tube]
- Nuclear Reactions & Compound Nucleus Hypothesis
- Gas-Filled Detectors: Nuclear Radiation Detectors