How does a nuclear detector work?

It uses a gas-filled tube with a high-voltage central cable to collect ionization caused by incident radiation. It can detect alpha, beta, and gamma radiation, although it cannot distinguish between them. A nuclear radiation detector is a device that measures radiation levels for early warning and general monitoring systems in REM. The display shows both the current level in REM and the total exposure in REM hours.

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