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In this instructable I will teach you how to build an ionization chamber, which should not cost more than $ 10. Sorry for my bad english, I'm Brazilian, ...
materials needed: Can of coca cola or other voltmeter or multimeter 9 volt battery 1k resistor 1 transistor 1 can opener connector 9 volt battery wires Soldering Iron ...
Make a hole in the bottom of the aluminum can, and then use the can opener to remove her top. Connect the electronics components of the way I ...
Connect the multimeter in DC voltage meter and place the radioactive material in front of pael aluminum. It only detects large amounts of ionizing radiation (not measure the ...
You can use it to alert you of a nearby nuclear attack or radioactive contamination. If you want to also use one of those other projects that are ...
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