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Every X-ray Operator is prompt to make himself completely accustomed to the main points of development of the actual equipment with which he's operating. he's then in place to maintain it consistently at its element of utmost potency. along with his gear in fine condition he can then steadily grasp the small de tails so necessary to solid X-ray paintings, and with perform in interpreting radiograms he'll ultimately collect skill to correctly interpret them and to be able to arrive at right diagnoses.

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A MANUAL OF X-RAY TECHNIC 34 The Wehnelt Interrupter in this interrupter is (Fig. 14). >. rT/I{HIM WIRE^ TO / Wi':em«*» ' it*" lu I I Fig. 14. times as much — The Wehnelt electrolytic interrupter. water. The num, and the large one of small electrode lead. is of plati- The platinum rod enclosed in a porcelain sheath and by is means of a EXCITING THE RONTGEN-RAY TUBE 35 screw a smaller or larger amount of the platinum maybe made to project into the liquid. amount projects When a small and rapid, the impulses are small and when a larger amount projects they are heavier and less rapid.

The armature is close to the end of the induction coil. The instant a current flows through the primary of A MANUAL OF X-RAY TECHNIC 32 the coil the core becomes magnetized, and acting upon the armature of soft iron pulls the platinum contact point away from its contact with the general circuit. When this happens the circuit is of course broken and the core becomes demagnetized. The armature is no longer held against the core and the spring carries the platinum contact point back to main the contact with its circuit.

Apparatus used to excite Rontgen-ray tubes be a static machine, an induction coil, or a high potential transformer. The work, static its machine is now little used for Rontgen use being confined to rontgenotherapy. It gives a very uniform discharge at exceedingly high amperage voltage, but the is low as to necessitate so unduly long exposures for rontgenographic work. THE INDUCTION An induction coil consists of a core of soft iron wire upon which wire. from Upon it, is is wound the primary wound a primary coil of coarse coil, the secondary many made up of very primary consists of relatively wire.

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