Portable radiation detector

The "Super-Lili" Geiger counter was developed by AEP scientists as a battery-operated detector for radioactive particles. It was named for a well-known Montreal dancer. Measures radiation from alpha, beta and gamma sources. Canada Science and Technology Museum

National Research Council (Atomic Energy Project)
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c. 1945
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