Analytical X-ray Tubes
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Ever since X-ray diffraction was discovered, X-ray analysis has been used in research on crystal structure, qualitative and quantitative analysis of elements and compounds, stress measurement, X-ray spectroscopy, etc. Canon Electron Tubes & Devices provides ANALIX (Canon X-ray tubes for analytical applications) with various targets appropriate for use with a wide range of applications.
ANALIX for X-ray diffraction are used in recording analysis systems and various camera systems. Equipped with a grounded water-cooled anode and four radiation windows, line focus is available through one pair of windows, and point focus through the other pair.
ANALIX for stress measurement make practical use of X-ray diffraction, and use monochromatic X-rays to measure the internal stress of a material by observing stress-induced deviations in lattice spacing.
The cathode glass part of ANALIX for fluorescence spectroscopy is fitted in a shock-proof, X-ray-proof oil-filled housing. Given that all ANALIX of this type have a water-cooled anode and a very thin vacuum-sealed beryllium window, they provide high X-ray transmittance to a wide range of X-ray wavelengths.
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- Circuit : C=DC
Ground : AG=Anode ground, CG=Cathode ground