Thermoluminescence dating equipment by The Littlem

Made:
1973-1977 in Oxford

Thermoluminescence dating equipment by The Littlemore Scientific Engineering Co. Ltd., Railway Lane, Littlemore, Oxford, England, 1973-1977. The first model specifically for this purpose, with three photomultiplier tubes, two Edwards rotary vacuum pumps, electronics rack, dual oven unit eht controller, and Hewlett Packard 7305B x-y recorder, used at the British Museum, Department of Scientific Research, for dating ceramics etc. from important archaeological finds.

Details

Category:
X-rays
Object Number:
2001-555
Materials:
metal (mostly), mixed
Measurements:
overall (approx): 1520 x 1150 x 920 mm
type:
thermoluminescence dating equipment
credit:
British Museum, Department of Scientific Research
status:
Permanent collection

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