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Qualitative examination of the absorption of X-rays

Qualitative examination of the absorption of X-rays

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Principle

X-rays penetrate objects that are impenetrable for visible light. The absorption depends on the thickness and type of the material. This dependence is demonstrated in a qualitative manner on a fluorescent screen with the aid of various different absorption specimens.

Tasks

  1. Observe the transmission of X-rays as a function of the material thickness.
  2. Determine how the atomic number of the elements in a material affects the transmission of X-rays.

What you can learn about

  • X-ray tube
  • absorption of X-rays
  • atomic number 
  • fluorescence
  • Lambert-Beer

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