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Nanotech 2011 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2011 Vol. 1
Nanotechnology 2011: Advanced Materials, CNTs, Particles, Films and Composites
Chapter 2: Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

A field-emission X-ray source using an anisotropically focused electron beam

Authors:S. Jung, D. Kim, S.K. Seol
Affilation:Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, KR
Pages:185 - 187
Keywords:field emission, X-ray source, electron beam
Abstract:A field-emission X-ray source for dental imaging with an anode voltage of 70 kV and an anode current of more than 1 mA was designed and assembled using an anisotropically focused electron beam. With up to 3 kV (5 V/um) applied to a grid, the emitted electrons from a carbon nanotube based cathode were shaped into an elliptical beam by an anisotropic electron lens. The electron beam was accelerated by an 13.5-degree angled stationary anode target and focused to a small spot size, which results in an circular-shaped effective X-ray focal spot with a diameter of less than 400 um. Acknowledgment This study was supported by the research fund from Seoul R&BD program (grant # CR070054).
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