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Posted to diyPhysics.com: Testing Electronic Goldmine’s “Giant Super Sensitive Geiger Muller Tube MC6″

I purchased two “Giant Super Sensitive MC6″ GM tubes from Electronic Goldmine (Item Number : G18717, Unit Price: $89.95).  These are Russian-made new-old-stock model MC6.  They are 10.25″ long x 0.9″ diameter.  I compared the sensitivity of these tubes to the other GM tubes that I use with my CDV700 Pro Geiger Counter.  I posted

 
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We Received The First Copies of Our d.i.y. Quantum Physics Book!

Today we received the first two copies of our new book! It is a do-it-yourself book on Experimental Quantum Physics, and was published by John Wiley & Sons. From the back cover: “Build an intuitive understanding of the principles behind quantum mechanics through practical construction and replication of original experiments. With easy-to-acquire, low-cost materials and

 
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Radiation-Hardened IC Testing

Lately I’ve received many inquiries about the paper on radiation-hardness testing of implantable integrated circuits that I published with Dr. Larry Stotts (now Executive VP R&D at Biotronik), and the late Dr. John Prince.  This is because the effects of medical diagnostic and therapeutic radiation are becoming an issue of concern to physicians who often

 
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Nuclear Pacemakers, Pu-238 RTGs, and Betavoltaic Cells

I am placing information about nuclear-powered pacemakers, including RTG and betavoltaic power sources under my www.implantable-device.com under the “Nuclear Batteries” Category.

 
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