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Ionization Gauges

An ionization gauge is a type of radiation detector that depends on the ionization produced in a gas by the passage of a charged particle through it. One of the best known is the Geiger-Müller counter, although cloud chambers and spark chambers also should be included in this category.

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Fil-Tech Inc.
Fil-Tech Inc. - Boston, MA
Fil-Tech supplies electron beam gun and ion source replacement parts, sensor heads and feedthroughs, INFICON rate monitors and controllers and Quality Crystals in Gold and Stress Relieving Alloy for the thin-film industry. We stock FT704, hydrocarbon oils and Krytox oils and greases, and ionization, thermocouple, INFICON and InstruTech vacuum gauges.
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A-Vac Industries - Anaheim, CA
Agilent Technologies Inc., Vacuum Products Div. - Lexington, MA
Duniway Stockroom Corp. - Fremont, CA
InstruTech - Longmont, CO
MKS Instruments Inc. - Andover, MA
Teledyne Hastings Instruments - Hampton, VA
Glossary
  • ionization gauge A type of radiation detector that depends on the ionization produced in a gas by the passage of a charged particle through it. One of the best known is the Geiger-Müller counter, although cloud chambers and spark chambers also should be included in...
  • Geiger counter Also called Geiger-Müller counter. An instrument designed to detect and measure radioactivity through the use of a gas-filled metallic tube containing a needle electrode. Radiation traveling through the tube ionizes the gas, establishing a...
  • high-pressure cloud chamber A cloud chamber designed to maintain the gas within it at a high pressure as a means of reducing the range of the high-energy particles and, subsequently, increasing the chances of observing particular events.
  • ionization chamber A closed vessel with electrodes of different potentials that is used to determine how much ionization took place in a gas after its exposure to x-rays or radioactive emissions.
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