SCINTILLATION VIALS from QEC are manufactured of low-potassium low-background borosilicate glass, with closely-controlled wall thickness. Uniform wall thickness is invaluable for reliable counting reproducibility.
Liquid scintillation counting (LSC) is the standard laboratory method to quantify the radioactivity of low energy radioisotopes, primarily beta-emitting and alpha-emitting isotopes. Sensitive LSC detection method requires specific chemical combinations to absorb energy into detectable light pulses.
Scintillation vial with foil-lined polypropylene cap