RADD 2501 Rectification Powerpoint

RADD 2501 Rectification Powerpoint - Review X-Ray...

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Review X-Ray Production How much of the electric and kinetic energy of the projectile electrons is converted to heat? How much of the energy is converted to x-ray? Is heat production an excitation interaction or is it an ionization interaction?
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More Review X-Rays are produced by two methods, name them. Which of these methods produces x-rays when electrons shift energy levels/shells within the atom? Tungsten is used as a target material, it has electron shells from ”k” near the nucleus out to ________.
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Moving on…. . Which characteristic x-rays of tungsten are energetic enough to be useful? At least ______kVp is required to produce useful energy K-characteristic x-rays of tungsten
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You know a bunch of X-ray info already!!!! The characteristic x-ray with the most keV or energy occurs with this electron transition… Describe characteristic x-ray production The vast majority of x-rays in the beam are a result of the ________ production process.
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Almost there…. In Bremsstrahlung x-ray production, x-ray
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