New Optical Radioactivity Detector – GEIGER SCOPE (Nov, 1954)

New Optical Radioactivity Detector – GEIGER SCOPE

Now you can check minerals for uranium with this amazingly sensitive, inexpensive device. For prospectors, engineers, experimenters, gadgeteers, everyone interested in atomic energy. Now being used in atomic energy laboratories and major universities. Indicates radioactive content with sparkles of light. Sturdy, durable, portable as a pocket watch; needs no power source.

STANDARD MODEL …………………………..$1 EACH

MASTER MODEL (20-power magnification) with eye-positioning rubber shield, greater signal strength, usable in bright daylight or lighted room ……………………………………$3

PROFESSIONAL MODEL (30-power magnification) highly-developed Instrument, supplied with radioactive standard for exact specimen readings ……………………………….. $5

Uranium ore sample, carrying pouch, instructions supplied with all models. FULL WRITTEN GUARANTEE. We pay postage.

ATOMIC PROSPECTOR’S HANDBOOK
Valuable data on radioactive ores, field, lab & mill methods, maps. In 54 information-packed pages. Everything you need to Know about this vital new field! $1 postpaid. You can send for Handbook or Geigerscope separately—better yet, order both today! Write to

KEN RESEARCH. INC.
831 Fifth Ave. River Edge 14. N. J.

1 comment
  1. Stephen says: June 28, 20124:23 am

    This is actually what’s called a spinthariscope. It will show you radiation that hits its fluorescent screen, but it’s not really any use for prospecting.

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