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RADT 334

Unit 4

TermDefinition
Projectile Electrons Electrons traveling from the Cathode to the Anode.
How much of the kinetic energy of the Projectile Electrons is converted to heat? 99%
Explain the interaction of Projectile Electrons with the Target of the Anode.
Characteristic X-rays X-rays emitted when an outer-shell electron fills an inner-shell void.
Bremsstrahlung X-rays X-rays produced when a projectile electron is slowed by the nuclear field of a target atom nucleus.
Most x-rays in the diagnostic range are _________ x-rays. Bremssrahlung X-rays
What spectrum only contains specific values? Discrete Spectrum
What spectrum contains all possible values? Continuous Spectrum
A _____ increase in the kVp is equivalent to ______ the mAs. (1) 15% (2) Doubling
Created by: rmhale