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<b>A radiation detector</b>. Radiation entering through the thin metal walls of a chamber ionizes the gas in the chamber. The ions are collected on the walls and an axial anode rod maintained at a few hundred volts with respect to the walls. The chamber is usually filled with a cadmium or boron compound (or the walls are coated with such a compound) to increase the ionization efficiency.
 
<b>A radiation detector</b>. Radiation entering through the thin metal walls of a chamber ionizes the gas in the chamber. The ions are collected on the walls and an axial anode rod maintained at a few hundred volts with respect to the walls. The chamber is usually filled with a cadmium or boron compound (or the walls are coated with such a compound) to increase the ionization efficiency.
 
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A radiation detector. Radiation entering through the thin metal walls of a chamber ionizes the gas in the chamber. The ions are collected on the walls and an axial anode rod maintained at a few hundred volts with respect to the walls. The chamber is usually filled with a cadmium or boron compound (or the walls are coated with such a compound) to increase the ionization efficiency.