Hans Geiger

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Hans Geiger

FACTSBorn in 1882 in GermanyStudied physics at the University of MunichReceived his doctorate in 1907His mentor was Ernest RutherfordHe began a series of experiments with RutherfordInvented the Geiger Counter in 1908

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Hans Geiger became a well-known nuclear scientist because he had created the Geiger Counter.

The Geiger Counter is a device that detects how much radium there is based off of how many ions are present. It can be used to detect how dangerous something containing radium is.

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Hans Geiger was born in 1882His father was a professor at the University of ErlangenGraduated from Erlangen Gymnasium in 1901In 1906, he studied physics at the University of Munich and the University of ErlangenHe and Rutherford created a machine that counted released alpha particles in 1908Geiger's research was interrupted between 1914-1918 because of WWI, in which he foughtIn 1925, Geiger and Mueller developed and perfected the Geiger CounterIn 1936, Geiger wrote a paper to Hitler that told him he shouldn't have the government interfering with scienceGeiger passed away in 1945

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