Which part of the X-ray tube controls the rate at which electrons are released?
b. Glass envelope.
What are the two basic requirements of the target in an x-ray tube?
a. Low electrical resistance and strong magnetic fields.
b. High melting point and high atomic number.
d. Low electron emission and high potential to ground.
In order to increase resistance to surface etching, _________________________
is sometimes used as a target material.
a. Rhenium-tungsten alloy.
What main characteristic of a rotating anode tube permits it to be used for a
number of exposures with less waiting than is necessary with a stationary tube?
a. Changing target face.
b. Larger anode stem.
Increased size of the tube portal.
d. Choice of two focal spots.