Fluorescence of a luminescent screen due to X-rays

VP6.3.1.1
Fluorescence of a luminescent screen due to X-rays
Fluorescence of a luminescent screen due to X-rays

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Description

The experiment P6.3.1.1 demonstrates the transillumination with X-rays using simple objects made of materials with different absorption characteristics. A luminescent screen of zinc-cadmium sulfate is used to detect X-rays; the atoms in this compound are excited by the absorption of X-rays and emit light quanta in the visible light range. This experiment investigates the effect of the emission current I of the X-ray tube on the brightness and the effect of the high voltage U on the contrast of the luminescent screen.

Components of equipment sets

1 554800 X-ray apparatus LD
1 554861 X-ray tube, Mo LD

Experiment Instructions

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