kATS cH 5&6 pT3

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  1. Current must always flow from _____ to ______
    • anode 
    • cathode
  2. electrons must always flow from ____ to _____ within the x-ray tube.
    • cathode
    • anode
  3. A _____ is a "one way door," a device that only conducts electricity in one direction.
    rectifier
  4. When the current reverses, the device acts as an
    insulator
  5. The rectifier commonly used in today's x-ray circuit is a _______ . This device is made of two semi-conducting crystals
    solid-state rectifier
  6. The rectifier commonly used in today's x-ray circuit is a solid-state rectifier . This device is made of two semi-conducting crystals CALLED
    • p-type crystal  and the other is an 
    • n-type crystal
  7. What is the difference between a P and an N type Crystal
    The p-type crystal has an abundance of "electron traps" while the n-type has an abundance of freely moving electrons.
  8. When the P and N Crystals are joined together what does it form
    These two crystals are joined to form a solid-state diode
  9. The rheostat controls filament _______and the rate at which electrons are boiled off of the filament.
    temperature 

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