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OSCILLOGRAPHIC STUDY OF DISCHARGE IN PULSED X-RAY TUBES,
DIRECTORATE OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION SERVICES OTTAWA (ONTARIO)
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The discharge in cold-emission pulsed X-ray tubes is studied at voltages of 100-300 kV. The research was conducted by means of a pulse oscillograph developed by the authors, with a driven sweep and a maximum recording speed of 40 cmsec. The discharge-current oscillograms have disclosed oscillations of frequency 10 megacycles per second, and a zone of retarded increase of the current a step. The effect of gas in the tube and that of the parameters of the system on the pulsed discharge are also discussed. Author
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