Food radiation contamination test, 1963

Food radiation contamination test, 1963

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Caption: Food radiation contamination test. Woman using a Geiger-Muller counter to test foods for fallout contamination. A Geiger-Muller counter, usually referred to as a Geiger counter, is a particle detector that checks for the presence of ionising radiation, including the emission of nuclear radiation. Photographed at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), USA, in 1963.

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