1) Is Gamma-Scout® the right product for me?
2) How useful is the Gamma-Scout® in the event of a nuclear incident or terrorist attack?
3) How much radiation risk is there nowadays?
4) What are the Gamma-Scout® units of measurement?
5) I travel a lot. Should I carry the Gamma-Scout® with me?
6) Can the Gamma-Scout® detect radon gas?
7) Digression: The detailed measurement of foodstuffs
8) The list of possible frequent natural and artificial radioactive materials in the environment
9) What is the Gamma-Scout® warranty?
10) What if I’m not happy with the Gamma-Scout®?
11) What if the battery runs out?
12) How durable is the Gamma-Scout®?
13) How sensitive is the Gamma-Scout®?
14) How far away from a radiation source can I measure with the Gamma-Scout®?
15) Can I take my Gamma-Scout® on an airplane?
16) Can I use the Gamma-Scout® under water?
17) Does the Gamma-Scout® need calibration?
18) Can I read the data stored on my Gamma-Scout® using operating software that doesn’t originate from Microsoft?
19) How does a Geiger counter work?
20) I see occasional, brief displays of high radiation. What can cause this?
21) What is the correlation between Becquerel and microsievert?
22) What is the correlation between roentgen, rem and sievert?
23) Can I use the Gamma-Scout® to check X-ray leakage?
24) Normal variations in environmental dose (ambient)
25) Dead Time
26) Detectability of X-rays using Gamma-Scout®