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Field operations of the Halross Scintillometer.

H. G. Harper

# Field operations of the Halross Scintillometer.

## by H. G. Harper

Published .
Written in English

The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL19878464M

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A scintillometer is a scientific device used to measure small fluctuations of the refractive index of air caused by variations in temperature, humidity, and pressure.

It consists of an optical or radio wave transmitter and a receiver at opposite ends of an atmospheric propagation path. The receiver detects and evaluates the intensity fluctuations of the transmitted signal, called scintillation.

Halross Model Scintillometer (ca. ) Introduced inHalross Instruments Corporation’s Model "Scintillometer" was the first commercially available gamma scintillator. The following quote is taken from a product notice in the June issue of Nucleonics.

Scintillometer definition is - scintillation counter. History and Etymology for scintillometer. Latin scintilla + International Scientific Vocabulary -o-+ -meter.

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