In physics, particle detectors are used in the experimental study of radioactivity, nuclear physics and particle physics; they are also important as a surveillance tool in nuclear safety. Particle detectors may range from the simplest, such as photographic film and Geiger counters, to the most complex used in particle colliders.
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- ► Bubble chambers operated at CERN (14 P)
Pages in category "Particle detectors"
The following 80 pages are in this category, out of 80 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- SAM 935
- Scintillation counter
- Semiconductor detector
- Sievert chamber
- Silicon photomultiplier
- Single-photon avalanche diode
- Small article monitor
- SND Experiment
- Solid-state nuclear track detector
- Spark chamber
- Straw chamber
- Straw tracker
- Superconducting nanowire single-photon detector
- Survey meter