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Notes on Ideas and Implementation + Option Topic (Medical Physics)

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Notes on Ideas and Implementation + Option topic (Medical physics). Got band 5 in my HSC with these notes.

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Electromagnetism Physics Charge carriers Condensed matter physics Electron Photoelectric effect Cathode ray Electric current Electromagnetic radiation Carrier generation and recombination Cathode Photodetector Max Planck
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Electromagnetism Physics Charge carriers Condensed matter physics Electron Photoelectric effect Cathode ray Electric current Electromagnetic radiation Carrier generation and recombination Cathode Photodetector Max Planck
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rged particles - Cathode ray tube (CRT) consists of an evacuated glass tube (vacuum) and two metal electrodes - Electrodes are connected to power source (usually via induction coil) --> Cathode: -ve terminal | Anode: +ve terminal - Cathode ray (fast moving electrons) flow from -ve to +ve --> cathode to anode - Requirements for a function CRT/ discharge tube > Low pressure/vacuum: minimal collisions between air molecules and electrons (cathode rays) > High voltage: provide enough kinetic energy for electrons to travel across the tube --> DC ONLY > Essential technologies: induction coil + glass blowing + vacuum pump - An electric field is a region in which charged particles experience a force - The charged particles can further be manipulated when under the influence of magnetic and electric fields, which can influence the direction of travel of the particle...
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