Scintillation

Scintillation is an analytical technique used to measure the ionizing radiation of an analyte. At the core of a scintillation counter is a sensor and detector, where the sensor is typically a scintillator crystal. Scintillation also includes liquid scintillation, radiometers and particle counters. Key features of scintillator counters include high resolution, automated multi-detection and high counting efficiency. Learn about the latest products, user reviews, applications, news, videos and webinars.

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