What is the principle of the Wilson chamber?

Wilson Chamber, invented by Scottish physicist Charles Wilson, between 1910, 1912. It is based on the principle using the phenomenon of condensation of supersaturated steam. When a high-energy particle passes through it, ions are formed in it, which are the centers of condensation of supersaturated vapor. Therefore, the entire trajectory of the particle becomes visible, thanks to the smallest droplets of supersaturated vapor. These visible tracks can be photographed and then studied in the laboratory.

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