How does an X-ray tube work?

An X-ray tube consists of a cathode that emits electrons, a cylinder that focuses the flow of electrons, and an anode that the electrons collide with. In a collision, electrons change their speed abruptly, that is, they move with great acceleration. A particle moving with acceleration emits. Since the acceleration is large, waves are emitted with a high frequency – X-rays. In addition, X-ray radiation occurs due to electron transitions on the inner shells of atoms.

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