[ger-ig] /ˈgɛr ɪg/
Henry Louis (“Lou”) 1903–41, U.S. baseball player.
[gair-ee, gar-ee] /ˈgɛər i, ˈgær i/ noun 1. Frank (Ephraim Goldberg) born 1929, U.S. architect, born in Canada. /ˈɡeɪrɪ/ noun 1. Frank O(wen). born 1929, US architect and furniture designer, born in Canada; best known for the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain (1997)
[gahy-ger] /ˈgaɪ gər/ noun 1. Hans [hahns] /hɑns/ (Show IPA), 1882–1947, German physicist. /ˈɡaɪɡə/ noun 1. Hans (hans). 1882–1945, German physicist: developed the Geiger counter Geiger (gī’gər) German physicist who was a pioneer in nuclear physics. He invented numerous instruments and techniques used to detect charged particles, including the Geiger counter (1908).
- Geiger-muller counter
noun 1. an instrument for detecting ionizing radiations, consisting of a gas-filled tube in which electric-current pulses are produced when the gas is ionized by radiation, and of a device to register these pulses: used chiefly to measure radioactivity. /ˈɡaɪɡəˈmʊlə/ noun 1. an instrument for detecting and measuring the intensity of ionizing radiation. It consists […]
- Geiger-muller threshold
[gahy-ger muhl-er, -myoo-ler] /ˈgaɪ gər ˈmʌl ər, -ˈmyu lər/ noun, Physics. 1. the minimum voltage applied to an ionization chamber, as in a Geiger counter, at which the charge collected per count is independent of the nature of the ionizing event producing the count.