Chapter 6 worksheet
1. X-rays are produced when _ from the cathode interact with
_ in the anode.
2. Draw a characteristic interaction.
3. Draw a Bremsstrahlung interaction.
4. At what energy level will the greatest quantity of the x-rays be produced in an
RADR 1201 Intro to Radiologic Science
Final Exam Review
The film record produced to visualize the internal structures of the body is called.
Any process by which a neutral atom gains or loses an electron is called.
The X-ray Tube
The electrical production of x-rays is only possible under very special conditions
including a source of electrons, an appropriate target material, a high voltage, and a
The x-ray tube is the device that permits these cond
1. The driving and guiding force that outlines the
reason for the existence of a hospital is its
a. chief executive officer
b. medical director
c. mission statement
d. adherence to the Joint Commission on the
Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Chapter 7 worksheet
1. Compton and Photoelectric interactions are between _ and
2. Why do classical interactions have little effect on the radiographic image? What happens to
3. Draw and label a Compton interaction.
4. How will a Compton interact
Quiz Chapter 1
1. In which country was x-rays discovered?
2. Name a characteristic of x-rays?
3. What is acute radiodermatitis?
4. Which of the following is a fundamental quantity?
d. All of the above
5. How is the x-ra
The process by which a beam of x-ray photons is altered as it
passes through matter is known as
X-rays were discovered in:
The chief controlling factor of radiographic contrast is:
What is used to produce x-rays?
The overall blackening of the radiograph i