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Geiger-Müller – Time Behavior

some finite pulse amplitude must be achieved before the second pulse is recorded

elapsed time required to develop a second discharge that exceed this amplitude is sometimes called the resolving time of the system

recovery time is time interval required for the tube to return to its original state and become capable of producing a second pulse of full amplitude

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