Metal Alloy Fine Surface 19.15g/cm3 Tungsten Targets

Tungsten Targets for Tomosynthesis Imaging

The use of Tungsten Targets in tomosynthesis imaging has been used in several preliminary patient studies. These studies have shown that Tungsten Targets have distinct x-ray spectra compared to other targets, as well as different x-ray energy distributions. The spectra of different tungsten targets were analyzed in a dosimetry study.

High purity Tungsten Targets are typically applied by magnetron sputtering, and are useful for semiconductor and chemical vapor deposition applications. They are available in monoblock, bonded, and planar target dimensions. Some of these targets are even suitable for use in older sputtering devices. Tungsten is also used for coating large areas for solar energy applications.

High frequency thermal shocks can cause damage to tungsten targets. These stresses cause target recrystallization, fatigue cracking, creep, and vaporization. A series of experiments on tungsten targets in 6 MeV linear accelerators have been conducted. It was found that the target surface temperature increases with increasing average power input.

The material's melting point and ductile brittle transition temperatures increase significantly. The high temperature causes high-frequency thermal shocks and micro-cracks propagate along the grain boundaries. These temperature changes also cause cyclic stress and mechanical fatigue. The resulting cracks cause rapid material deformation and can be easily initiated.

In addition to using Tungsten as a target, researchers have studied carbon nanotube-based transmission X-ray tubes. This type of tube has attracted significant attention. However, most transmission X-ray tubes still use Tungsten as their target material. A recent study of tungsten target parameters and anode thicknesses has shown that the optimal thickness is 1200 nm for 40 kV. These findings are important for designing transmission X-ray tubes.Chemical composition:

Metal Alloy Fine Surface 19.15g/cm3 Tungsten Targets Properties

Other NamesTungsten Target
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Density>=19.15g/cm3
Purity>=99.95%
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Metal Alloy Fine Surface 19.15g/cm3 Tungsten Targets Health & Safety Information

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