The light intensifier relies heavily on low-dose intensifiers, which allow very low intensifiers to pass through the object under test to form valuable image intensifier that can harm the user.
When the X-ray passes through the human body, the X-ray with different intensity is projected onto the input screen according to the density of human tissues. The photocathode inside the fluorescent screen generates different amounts of photoelectrons according to the intensity of fluorescence.
The photoelectrons of the photocathode are attracted by the positive potential of the anode and fly to the positive at a high speed. The photoelectrons are sent to the output screen through the hole of the anode to produce a visible image, which is brighter and smaller than the previous perspective image.
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