Original portable apparatus for detecting and locating lost radium and used by Prof. Hopwood, unsigned, British, 1930-1939. Consists of probe containg a letter lamp bulb and electrical board with resisters and a rheostat control.
- Nuclear Physics
- Object Number:
- aluminium (metal), brass (copper, zinc alloy), cardboard, glass, plastic (unidentified), steel (metal), textile
overall (probe): 65 mm x 1038 mm x 350 mm,
overall (spare bulb): 130 mm x 66 mm x 66 mm,
overall (base): 145 mm x 337 mm x 200 mm, 2.54 kg
- radiation detector
- furnishing and equipment
- measuring device - instrument
- Hopwood, F.L.
- Permanent collection
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