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The simplest DIY Geiger radiation detector ever
posted May 9 2011 19:59.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis




A battery, an empty metallic can, a resistor and a darlington pair transistor is more or less all that you need to make a radiation detector! Youtube user bionerd23 explains how this is done and how it works, in this absolutely awesome video. She also runs some tests with different radioactive materials! 10/10 for this video!



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