Electron gun for microfocal x-ray unit

Made:
c.1975

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Microfocal x-ray unit, 30kvp, in two parts, developed by RV Ely, used by Prof. J.C.Buckland-Wright in pioneering
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Electron gun microfocal x-ray unit, 30kvp, in two parts, developed by RV Ely, used by Prof. J.C.Buckland-Wright in pioneering microfocal radiography research of human bone and joint diseases, c.1975. Could obtain images up to 10 microns.

Details

Category:
Radiomedicine
Object Number:
2009-152 Pt2
type:
microfocal x-ray unit
credit:
Professor Chris Buckland-Wright

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