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1 January 1998 Reciprocity law failure and intermittency effect of medical x-ray films
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Light sensitometers with electroluminescent foils as light sources are widely used for controlling film processing in medical x-ray imaging. This type of sensitometers emits trains of light pulses which may cause intermittency effects and reciprocity law failures. The effects were measured for various x-ray films with an especially designed novel light sensitometer. The results show, that there are significant effects for some films, demanding consequences for the construction of light sensitometers equipped with electroluminescent foils.
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A. N. Latyshev, Egbert Buhr, and Dietmar Hoeschen "Reciprocity law failure and intermittency effect of medical x-ray films", Proc. SPIE 3347, Optical Information Science and Technology (OIST97): Optical Recording Mechanisms and Media, (1 January 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.301445
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