X-ray tube, Mo

LD 554861
X-ray tube, Mo
X-ray tube, Mo

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Description

Directly heated hot cathode tube with screw thread for heat sink and two-pin plug socket for cathode heating for X-ray apparatus (554 800 / 554 801).

Technical data

  • Anode material: molybdenum
  • Characteristic radiation:
    Kα =71.1 pm (17.4 keV), Kβ = 63.1 pm (19.6 keV)
  • Max. emission current: 1 mA
  • Max. anode voltage: 35 kV
  • Size of focal spot: approx. 2 mm2
  • Minimum service life: 300 hours
  • Absorber foil (to generate monochromatic radiation): zirconium (Zr)
  • Diameter: 4.5 cm
  • Length: 20 cm
  • Weight: 0.3 kg

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PDF (Instruction Sheet) PDF (Instruction Sheet) [554 861] X-ray tube, Mo
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PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.1.4 Determining the ion dose rate of the X-ray tube with molydenum anode
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PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.1.6 Influence of a contrast medium on the absorption of X-rays
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.2.1 Investigating the attenuation of X-rays as a function of the absorber material and absorber thickness
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.2.2 Investigating the wavelength dependency of the attenuation coefficient
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.2.3 Investigating the relationship between the attenuation coefficient and the atomic number Z
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.5.1 Recording and calibrating an X-ray energy spectrum
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.5.2 Recording the energy spectrum of a molybdenum anode
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.5.4 Investigation of the characteristic spectra as a function of the element's atomic number: K-lines
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PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P6.3.6.11 High-resolution fine structure of the characteristic X-ray radiation of a molybdenum anode (de)
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PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P7.1.2.2 Laue diagrams: investigating the lattice structure of monocrystals
PDF (Experiment description) PDF (Experiment description) P7.1.2.3 Debye-Scherrer photography: determining the lattice plane spacings of polycrystalline powder samples
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