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Offline thegers91

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« on: 03/01/2008 13:15:21 »
The power output of a TV screen is 24W. If the accelerating voltage is 12000V, calculate the number of electrons striking the screen per second?

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« Reply #1 on: 03/01/2008 14:32:46 »
Do you mean the power supplied to the electron gun is 24W?

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« Reply #2 on: 03/01/2008 14:49:50 »
The energy of each electron hitting the screen will be
12000 electron volts
= 1.60217646 × 10^-19 X 1.2x10^4
= 1.9x10^-15 J
If the beam power is 24W, the number of electrons per second is
24/1.9x10^-15
=1.26x10^16

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« Reply #3 on: 03/01/2008 16:20:54 »
12 kV EHT  =  2 mA beam (Average?)  =  1.2610e16 electrons

Amp is 6.2415094810e18 Electrons/sec. 
« Last Edit: 03/01/2008 16:22:44 by Pumblechook »

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« Reply #4 on: 03/01/2008 18:11:15 »
Yes - I just like the electron volt. No need to work out the current.
You seem like a useful bloke with sums, Pumblechook- how about some profile?