Man uses Equipment, number 11
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Gamma scintillation spectrometer is used to detect and measure radioactive decay. The scintillator generates photons in response to incident radiation. Then, a photomultiplier converts those photons into an electrical signal therefore producing a series of pulses. Each pulse corresponds to the decay of a single nucleus. Liquid scintillation is simply mixing a radioactive material with a liquid scintillator material.
DescriptionA man in a white lab coat is inserting samples into a 'Auto-Auto-Gamma Scintillation Spectrometer' machine. Physical description: black-and-white negatives, 6X6.5mm
SubjectTexas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
Scientific apparatus and instruments industry
Equipment and Supplies
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical SciencesMan uses Equipment, number 11. Available electronically from