coincidence counter

coincidence counter

[kō′in·sə·dəns ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(electronics)
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Such a coincidence counter turned out to be very useful in measuring the short intervals of time between passage through one counter and the next.
For his coincidence counters, Bothe was awarded the Nobel Prize for physics in 1954.
Contract award notice: Framework service contract regarding the maintenance of measurement equipment for spent nuclear fuel (fork detectors) and under water coincidence counter (UWCC) detectors (for fresh MOX fuel).
In 1930 Bothe, who had devised the coincidence counter (see 1929), became aware of strange radiations emerging from beryllium that had been exposed to bombardment with alpha particles, but he couldn't tell what the radiation consisted of.
Contract notice: Framework service contract regarding the maintenance of measurement equipment for spent nuclear fuel (fork detectors) and under water coincidence counter (UWCC) detectors (for fresh MOX fuel).
First surgery of to existing measuring station at the ITU with two gamma spectrometers and one neutron coincidence counter, Including maintenance and calibration, with a view to Improving reliability and availability;
N coincidence counters and gamma spectroscopy in order to dispose of them properly.