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Well I was recently browsing reddit and I came across this image of “oral miasis” and I was deeply disturbed. So disturbed that I would push for the development of “constant body scanning technology” at multiple layers (all the way through actually).
So… what technology is available? Particularly I’m thinking a heavily computerized, digital setup which gives you live updates every 10 minutes or something. I understand that with current methods this probably is not a very good idea (bombardment of high velocity electrons) unless x-rays are different now a days.
Not a very useful answer. I’m not interested in “what is” but what “could be”.
Copied and pasted from wikipedia under article of “X-ray”
X-rays can be generated by an X-ray tube, a vacuum tube that uses a high voltage to accelerate the electrons released by a hot cathode to a high velocity. The high velocity electrons collide with a metal target, the anode, creating the X-rays.
Anyway in my modern physics class I saw something about high velocity electrons being collided into an angled plate which then “reflected” (term may be used incorrectly) towards an object being studied. I can’t remember what this effect is called. I tried to look up Bragg but that’s not it.
I can find it in my modern physics book (which I sold) ha!
So yes, I was not entirely correct in my assumption that “X-rays” are “high velocity electrons”