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Subject: Re: Neutron Counter Q's
Date: Oct 25, 1:01 pm
Poster: Richard Hull
On Oct 25, 1:01 pm, Richard Hull wrote:
As I recall, 1.5 mrem / hr was cause for an alarm at K-state, where I worked last summer.
The best susstained rate of 60 seconds I ever had with my fusor, ever, was about 1-1.5 mrem/hr. This converted to about 130,000 neuts per second in my system and with my particular setup. It was gratifying to see the three main instruments I then had agree to +/- .2mrem at that level.
Lots of old posts on neutron counting exist here.