x-ray target

x-ray target

[′eks ‚rā ‚tär·gət]
(electronics)
The metal body with which high-velocity electrons collide, in a vacuum tube designed to produce x-rays.
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160 kv 20 w x-ray target, - detail recognition greater than 500 nm, - 5-axis manipulator, supporting weight up to 5 kg, sample size up to 400 mm x 400 mm (rotatable) and 700 mm x 700 mm (not rotatable), sample observation at an angle of up to 75 degrees, - 550 mm travel in x and y, - system magnification greater than 36,000-fold (geometric up to 2,400-fold), - system shielding at least 1 msv / h, - 14 bit digital flat detector, - about 140 mm x 110 mm panel with 1 900 pixels x 1 500 pixels, 75 m pixel size, - at least 25 frames per second, - software for fully automatic x-ray analysis, - control pc with a 30 degree flat screen.
The positioning of the motorcycle molds under the X-ray target at IBA Industrial, Incorporated (3.0 MeV, 90 kW beam) is shown in Figure 15.
Cho, "An optimal design of X-ray target for uniform X-ray emission from an electronic brachytherapy system," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, vol.
The most important recent development has been the breakthrough in uniting compact low-power x-ray targets with CCD detectors to make possible a hand-held XRE Thermo Fisher broke through in this area with its Niton portable and has been followed by a number of vendors.