|Publication number||US3749920 A|
|Publication date||Jul 31, 1973|
|Filing date||Dec 3, 1971|
|Priority date||Dec 3, 1971|
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|Original Assignee||Sheldon E|
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United States Patent 1 [111 3,749,920 Sheldon [451 July 31,1973
[ SYSTEM FOR X-RAY IMAGE INTENSIFICATION Edward Emanuel Sheldon, 30 E. 40th St., New York, NY. 10016 Filed: Dec. 3, 1971 Appl. No; 204,462
US. Cl 250/213 VT, 313/108 Int. Cl. H0lj l/62, HOlj 31/50, HOlj 39/12 Field of Search 250/213 VT, 207;
References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS 9/1971 Manley 250/213 VT 5/1972 Wolski 250/213 VT Primary ExaminerWilliam F. Lindquist Assistant Examiner-T. N. Grigsby Atl0rneyLaforest S. Saulsbury et al.
 ABSTRACT This invention relates to a system of X-ray image intensification characterized by the use of an image intensifier provided with a novel electron multiplying membrane which produces a very high intensification of the original image and which has the construction preventing the back-scatter of reflected light. This system permits to eliminate or to reduce the use of electron optical demagnification used in present X-ray image intensifiers, and to improve thereby contrast and resolution of intensified X-ray images.
16 Claims, 16 Drawing Figures PATEmmma 1 I975 SHEET 2 OF 2 F/G.7a
SYSTEM FOR X-RAY IMAGE INTENSIFICATION This invention relates to a novel system of X-ray image intensification for various radiations such as X- rays, gamma rays, neutrons and other atomic particles, and also for light images of visible and invisible spectrum and has common subject matter with my Ser. No. 584,318 filed Sept. 22, 1966; with US. Pat. No. 3,499,107 filed Nov. 28, 1956; with U.S. Pat. No. 3,02l,834 filed Nov. 28, I956 and with US. Pat. No. 2,877,368 filed March ll, I954.
The invention comprises the use ofa novel image intensifier provided with an electron multiplying mem-' brane which absorbs all primary electrons in the range of -25KV and allows at the same time escape of substantially all secondary electrons produced in said membrane by the primary electrons. This electron multiplying membrane uses p-type silicon which was found to have this unique capability. The use of such membrane in image intensifying tubes results in a great intensification of the original images such as by a factor of l00-l ,000. In addition, this electron multiplying device produces images of much better contrast and detail because none of the primary electrons are transmitted through the membrane and cannot therefore damage the contrast and detail of the final image, as it was the case in the devices of the prior art.
It was found that signal to noise ratio in performance of such intensifiers is greatly improved by providing on the surface of said membrane which receives the beam of primary electrons light absorbing means which prevent the back scatter of light reflected by said membrane.
In addition it was found that the electron multiplying power of such silicon membraneis greatly improved by providing a very thin layer of caesium on its surface.
In addition it was found that the intensification power of image intensifiers provided with such electron multiplying membrane can be greatly increased by using two or more of such membranes spaced apart from each other, whereby the second membrane intensified the electron beam produced by the first membrane.
IN THE DRAWINGS The invention will be better undersood when taken in combination with the accompanying drawings:
FIG. 1 represents an X-ray image intensification system.
FIG. 1A represents modification in which the luminescent layer is mounted on the outside surface of the endwall of vacuum tube.
FIG. 18 represents the modification in which the light transparent and electrically conducting layer is provided in front of luminescent means.
FIG. 1C shows X-ray image intensifier in which the luminescent layer is mounted inside the vacuum tube.
FIG. Ia shows a modification of novel electron multiplying membrane.
FIGS. lb and lc show supporting means for electron multiplying membranes.
FIG. 2 shows cascade type of image intensifier.
FIG. 3 shows light sensitive image intensifier with electron multiplying membrane.
FIG. 3a shows modification of embodiment of FIG. 3 which is provided with fiberoptic endwalls.
FIG. 4 shows television pick-up tube with electron multiplying membrane.
FIG. 5 shows kinescope tube with electron multiplying membrane.
FIG. 6 shows electron microscope with electron multiplying membrane.
FIG. 7 shows X-ray intensifying cassette with cooling means.
FIG. 7a and 7b show modifications of X-ray cassette.
FIG. 1 shows the novel X-ray image intensifying system. The X-ray source 1a produces the image of the examined object lb. The X-ray image is converted by X-ray sensitive luminescent means 1c into a luminescent image. The luminescent image is projected by optical means 1d onto photocathode which comprises photoemissive means 2b. The photocathode converts luminescent X-ray image into a beam of primary electrons which has the pattern of the original X-ray image. The photoemissive means may comprise caesium with antimony or a mixture of caesium with sodium or with potassium with antimony.
It should be understood that in some applications instead of using the luminescent screen 1c mounted outside and spaced apart from the vacuum tube 1, a composite X-ray sensitive screen 2 may be used also. This construction is shown in FIG. 1C. The X-ray sensitive screen 2 comprises the first luminescent means 20 and photoemissive means 2b. It should be understood that other Xray reactive means may be used instead of the above described means 2. The luminescent means 20 may be in some applications mounted also on the external surface of the endwall of the vacuum tube 1. FIG. 1A shows the construction in which luminescent means 2a are mounted on the external surface of the endwall. It should be understood that the above described modifications of the luminescent means 2a apply to all embodiments of the invention described or illustrated in this specification.
The beam of primary electrons produced by photoemissive means 2b is focused by electrodes 3. The electrodes 3 may be preferably of the demagnifying type for said electron beam and may be of electrostatic type or of magnetic type such as a permanent magnet or an electro-magnet, or in the form of evaporated magnetic electrodes on the inside surface of side-walls. The primary electron beam is accelerated to the velocity between 9KV and 25KV and impinges on the electron multiplying membrane 4, which comprises p-type silicon. It was found that such membrane if made of the thickness not exceeding 20 microns, has the unique property of absorbing substantially all primary electrons and allowing at the same time substantially all secondary electrons to escape. from it through the side opposite to the side on which the primary electron beam has impinged. More specifically, it was now found that it is critical for p-type silicon membrane to be of the thickness larger than I micron and not exceeding 20 microns. The membrane 4 because of its unique propertydescribed above has an electron multiplying effect by a factor of 50-200, which is greatly superior to any other secondary electron emitters. It is possible therefore by the use of one electron multiplying membrane 4 to produce a great intensification of the image. This permits the construction of imageintensifiers of a small size and of great efficiency in spite of said small size.
The intensified secondary electron beam has the pattern of the original X-ray image and is now focused or projected on the second luminescent means 7 to pro duce a visible image with any desired intensification which may be as high as I The luminescent means 7 may be of conventional construction or may be of evaporated phosphors because of this high intensification factor. Luminescent means 7 may have a backing of light reflecting material such as aluminum 6. It should be understood that in some applications the layer 6 may be omitted and the electrical terminal is provided in the form of light transparent and electrically conducting layer 12 mounted between the inner surface of the endwall of vacuum tube I and the luminescent means 7, as it is illustrated in FIG. 1B. The layer 12 may be of tin oxide, or of evaporated gold or silver or platinum. In this embodiment of invention the membrane 4 and its supporting member 40 must occlude all of the inner diameter of the vacuum tube 1 to prevent back-scatter light from the luminescent means 7 to reach the photoemissive layer 2b. In addition, the supporting member 4a must be light opaque for this purpose. Also light opaque means must be provided on the inner surface of walls of the tube to prevent such back-scattered light from traveling along the side-walls to the photoemissive layer 2b.
The focusing of the secondary electron image on the luminescent means 7 may be accomplished by electrostatic means 8 or by magnetic or by electromagnetic means. In some embodiments of the invention, it is preferable to use the proximity focusing. In such case the spacing between the membrane 4 and the luminescent means 7 must be reduced so that it does not exceed l-2mm. It should be understood that the use of proximity focusing applies to all embodiments of the invention.
It was found unexpectedly that a great improvement of electron multiplying capability of silicon membrane 4 can be obtained by depositing on the surface of said membrane an extremely thin layer 10 of caesium or other alkali metal such as sodium or potassium of the thickness not exceeding 160A. This important feature of the invention is illustrated in FIG. In or in FIG. 1c. It should be understood that the use of silicon membrane 5 with caesium or other alkali metal coating applies to all embodiments of this invention.
The X-ray image intensifiers using the above construction comprising electron multiplying membrane 4 or 5 are greatly superior to the presently used X-ray image intensifiers. The standard X-ray image intensifiers must use for the purpose of intensification an electron-optical demagnification of the electron beam by a factor of 8-l0. This excessive demagnification causes a great loss of resolution and contrast in the final image.
In the present construction the electron-optical demagnification can be eliminated completely or if used at all it may be reduced to the acceptable factor of about 3 to 4. As explained above, this reduction of electron-optical demagnification represents a basic improvemcnt in the art of X-ray image intensifiers.
Furthermore, the use of electron multiplying membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications permits elimination of electron focusing electrodes and the use of proximity focusing instead. This makes it possible to construct a very compact X-ray image intensifier which in addition may have now planar endwalls which will improve the resolution of images because chromatic aberration of electron image is markedly improved. This embodiement of invention is illustrated in FIG. 1C. It should be understood that this improvement applies to all embodiments of invention.
Another important improvement in the image intensifiers resides in the use of 2 or more membranes 4 or 5 or their modifications in the same vacuum tube in a spaced apart relationship for producing a cascade type of intensification. This construction is found in FIG. 2. The secondary electrons from membrane 4 or 5 are accelerated by the electrostatic or magnetic means 20 or 21, and impinge on the membrane 4 or 5a and produce a new multiplication of electrons which brings about a very high intensification of the original image. It should be understood that the cascade construction applies to all embodiments of invention.
Instead of mounting the membranes in the same vacuum tube as was described above, it is also possible to use two separate vacuum tubes in a tandem arrangement. Each vacuum tube is provided with one membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications only. Two such vacuum tubes are brought into an abutting back to back relationship. This is possible if the abutting endwalls of both tubes have fiber-optic construction. Such construction and the transfer of a fluorescent image from one tube to the photoelectric means in the second tube is described in the detail in my US. Pat. Nos. 2,877,368 3,021,834 and 3,499,107 which are to be incorporated by reference.
It should be understood that this invention is not limited to X-rays or neutron images but it applies as well to all light images. The term light embraces the visible light and the invisible light such as infrared and ultraviolet. This modification of the invention is shown in FIG. 3 which illustrates light sensitive photoemissive photocathode 15 instead of X-ray sensitive means 2. All embodiments and modifications described for X-ray image intensifiers apply to the light sensitive image intensifiers as well. FIG. 31 shows the use of endwalls 25a and 26 in the intensifier tube 27 which are of fiberoptic construction. It should be understood that fiberoptic construction of endwalls of vacuum tubes applies to all embodiments and modifications of tubes described in this specification.
A great improvement of the signal to noise ratio in performance of such image intensifiers provided with an electron multiplying membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications was accomplished by depositing on the surface of such membrane which faces the photoemissive means 2b or 15 special light absorbing, non-reflecting means 9. It was found that such construction prevents the luminescent light from luminescent means 2a which was transmitted through the semi-transparent photoemissive layer 2b from being reflected by the highly reflecting surface of silicon membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications back to the photoemissive layer 2b or 15, whereby the contrast and resolution of the primary electron image is damaged. An evaporated layer of chromium oxide or aluminum oxide or a layer of carbon black may be used to produce such light absorbing means 9 and such means 9 must be of the thickness which being light opaque will permit the primary electron beams from the layer 2b to be transmitted without losses. In any event, the thickness of such layer must be larger than A in order to be effective for the above purpose. It should be understood that this improvement applies to all embodiments of this invention.
It was furthermore found that a great loss of signal to noise ratio in performance of these novel intensifiers occurs because of high thermal electrons emission from silicon membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications at room temperature. It was found that the use of the coating of caesium or other alkali metals such as sodium or potassium or lithium described above will improve markedly the signal to noise ratio because it will reduce the emission of thermal electrons. It is believed that such reduction of thermal electrons is due to the fact that they have a much lower velocity than the secondary electrons emitted by said membranes and therefore they are mostly arrested by said coating 10 whereas the secondary electron will be able to penetrate it. It is critical therefore, that the thickness of coating 10 should not exceed 150A. It was found that not all thermal electrons can be arrested by the coating layer 10 without causing large losses of the secondary electrons. In some cases it is necessary therefore to provide in addition cooling means 30 for the membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications. The cooling to temperature at least 80 C below zero and in some cases to about the temperature of liquid nitrogen (77 K) is sufficient for this purpose and may be accomplished by the cooling devices of thermal-electric type or of Dewar type.
In the X-ray image intensifiers which are provided with luminescent means of Csl or Nal, it was found that the use of cooling means applied to said luminescent means increased the quantum efficiency of such phosphors by factor as high as 5 to 10. The cooling to the temperature of at least 80 C and preferably to l 80 C is sufficient for this purpose. The cooling means may be extended to cover the region of luminescent means 2a or separate cooling means may be provided for said luminescent means-and the electron multiplying membrane. In conclusion the use of cooling means 30 was found to improve the operating performance of all such image intensifiers and represents an important feature of this invention.
The invention is not limited to vacuum tubes of image type but is intended also for television pick-up tubes and kinescopes as well. FIG. 4 illustrates the novel television pick-up tube which comprises the photocathode 36, image intensifying membrane 4 or 5 or any of their modifications, storage target 38 and electron gun 37. It should be understood that the invention applies to many types of television pick-up tubes. Image Vidicons, Image Orthicons or Image Dissectors may be constructed with the membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications. The Image Storage target 38 may be composite screen comprising luminescent means and photoconductive means, or it may be an array of p-n or p-i-n diodes, or semiconducting glass or a thin layer of MgO or a screen of KCl. The electron gun 37 may be in some cases replaced by means which produce a scanning light beam and are mounted outside of said vacuum tube 35. In operations of such tubes 35 the photoelectron beam 36a impinges on the membrane 4 orS and is converted into a secondary electron beam of much greater intensity as was explained above. The secondary electron beam impinges on the storage target 38 and is converted into a stored charge image. The stored charge image is scanned by electron beam from the electron gun 37 which produces video signals from said tubes.
FIG. 5 illustrates a novel kinescope provided with an electron multiplying membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications. The kinescope 40 comprises a source electron beam such as single or plural electron gun 41 or a matrix of electron emitters. The electron beam 45 from gun 41 impinges on the electron multiplying membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications. It is intensified as it was explained above, and the exiting intensified secondary electron beam 46 irradiates the phosphor screen 42 and produces an image of a high brightness.
FIG. 6 illustrates novel electron microscope 50 provided with the image intensifying membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications. The electron microscope 50 comprises a source of electrons 51 which produces the beam of electrons 52 which is focused by electronoptical lenses 57. The beam 52 impinges on the examined specimen 53 and the transmitted electron beam 54 carries the image of said specimen. The beam 54 impinges on the image intensifying membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications and is amplified as was explained above. The amplified secondary electron beam 55 can be used to produce a luminescent image on the phosphor screen 58 or to produce a photographic image or to be converted into video signals.
In some applications the membranes 4 or 5 or their modifications may be ruggedized by providing an additional supporting member 9a such as a continuous film of aluminum oxide or silicon oxide as it is shown in FIG. lb. Such supporting layer 9a may be of the thickness of 500l,0O0A and will transmit well the primary electrons which as was explained above have the velocity of 5-20KV. Instead of a continuous layer of A1 0 or SiO- a wide mesh screen may be used in some applications as it is shown in FIG. 1c, see part 11.
It may be added that in some applications instead of p-type silicon other materials may be used for the membrane 4 or 5 or their modifications. Such materials will be preferably of compounds of III-V group such as GaAs or GaP.
It should be understood that in all embodiments of invention the silicon membrane is preferably connected to the source of electrical potential directly, which means that it does not require any base layer of electrically conducting material to be connected to saidsource of electrical potential;
It should be understood that in all embodiments of invention the focusing electrodes may be in the form of magnetic electrodes evaporated on the inside surface of side-walls of image intensifier tube and connected to a source of electrical potential. FIG. 7 shows novel X-ray intensifying portable cassette 60. The cassette 60 comprises a hinged-type frame 61 which consists of base 610 and of-lid 61b which are united together by means of a hinge 61c as it is well known in the art. The X-ray intensifying cassette is provided with one or two evaporated layers of Csl 62 which are of the thickness of 0.1mm to 0.25mm with activators such as Na or Tl. It should be understood that layers of CS1 62 may be also used without activators. They are mounted on the inside surface of the lid 61b and on the inside surface of the base 610. They. may be also evaporated directly on said inside surface of lid 61b and of the base 6la. In such case both the lid 61b and base 61a must be of material resistant to the temperature of 400 C. It was found that it is preferable in some cases to evaporate CsI layers on a supporting member which can be mounted inside of the cassette 60. Such supporting member must be of material which is resistant to the temperature of at least 400 C, for example aluminum will be suitable material. In some cases light absorbing layer of a heat-resistant material such as of magnesium oxide or of titanium oxide may be interposed between the supporting member 62a described above and Csl layer'62.
It was found that luminescent materials such as Csl when subjected to the temperature lower than 100 C below zero exhibit a great improvement in their luminescent emission in response to X-rays, gamma rays or neutrons. This improvement of luminescent emission may be by a factor of 500 percent or more. The novel X-ray intensifying cassette 60 is provided with cooling means 63 to obtain the above described improvement. The cooling means may be of thermo-electric type or of Dewar type using e.g. containers with liquid nitrogen. The cooling means 63 may be mounted on the base 61a and may surround the circumference of the base or may be attached to its major external surface as it is shown in FIGS. 7a and 7!; respectively. The cool ing means 63 if they are of thermo-electric type are connected to an outside source of electrical power. In some cases cooling means 63 may be also mounted to surround the circumference of the lid 61!).
It should be understood that in some applications instead of Csl a layer of Nal may be used instead or in combination with Csl. The layer of Nal may be provided with activators such as K or Tl.
In another embodiment of invention cooling means 63 may be mounted adjacent to the major external surface of the base 610 but in spaced apart relationship and may be either attached to the edge of the cassette 60 or may have a separate supporting member 64.
It should be understood that the use of cooling means for evaporated layer of luminescent Csl applies not only to portable X-ray cassettes but is intended also for stationary X-ray film holders as well. For example screens of evaporated Csl with cooling means 63 may be used in horizontal or vertical systems which use a continuous X-ray film delivery such as The Picker Rapido System or the Picker Automatic Chestfilmer described in Radiology Vol. I No. 2, Aug., 197].
The layer of Csl in all embodiments of invention should have the thickness not exceeding 0.25mm.
Although there has been described a preferred emhodiment of this novel invention, many variations and modifications will now be apparent to those skilled in the art. Therefore, this invention is to be limited, not by the specific disclosure herein, but only by the appended claims.
What l claim is:
l. A device for X-ray image intensification comprising in combination an X-ray source producing an X-ray image of the examined object, luminescent means for receiving said X-ray image and converting said image into a luminescent image, an image intensifier tube for receiving said luminescent image and converting said luminescent image into a primary electron beam having the pattern of said radiation, an imperforate membrane comprising silicon of the thickness larger than 1 micron and mounted in the path of said primary beam for receiving said electron beam and intensifying said electron beam, said primary beam impinging on one side of said membrane, said membrane emitting a secondary intensified electron beam from the side opposite to the side impinged by said primary beam, and means for receiving said intensified secondary electron beam and reproducing said X-ray image.
2. A device as defined in claim 1 in which said membrane is constituted substantially of p-type silicon.
3. A device as defined in claim 1 in which light absorbing means are mounted on the side of said membrane which receives said primary beam of electrons, said means preventing the reflection of light by said membrane.
4. A device as defined in claim 1 in which coating means are deposited on the side of said membrane which emits said secondary electron beam, said coating means comprising an alkali metal of the group consisting of caesium, sodium, potassium and lithium, said coating furthermore not exceeding the thickness of 150A.
5. A device as defined in claim 1 in which said membrane is connected directly to the source of electrical potential.
6. A device as defined in claim 1 which comprises means for cooling said membrane to the temperature lower than C below zero.
7. A device as defined in claim 1 in which said membrane is provided with a supporting member mounted on the side of said membrane which receives said primary electron beam.
8. A device as defined in claim 3 in which said membrane is constituted substantially of p-type silicon.
9. A device as defined in claim 4 in which coating means are deposited on the side of said membrane which emits said secondary electron beam, said coating means comprising an alkali metal of the group consisting of caesium, sodium, potassium and lithium, said coating not exceeding the thickness of A.
10. A device as defined in claim 3 which comprises means for cooling said membrane to the temperature lower than 80 C below zero.
- 11. A device as defined in claim 1 which comprises means for cooling said luminescent means to the temperature lower than 80 C below zero.
12. An image intensifier vacuum tube comprising photoemissive means for receiving a beam of radiation carrying an image and converting said beam into a primary electron beam having the pattern of said radiation, an imperforate membrane comprising silicon of the thickness larger than one micron and mounted in the path of said primary beam for receiving said electron beam and intensifying said electron beam, said primary beam impinging on one side of said membrane, said membrane emitting a secondary intensified electron beam from the side opposite to the side impinged by said primary electron beam and which secondary beam has the pattern corresponding to said primary beam, and means for receiving and utilizing said intensified secondary electron beam.
13. A device as defined in claim 12 in which said membrane is constituted substantially of p-type silicon.
14. A device as defined in claim 12 in which light absorbing means are mounted on the side of said membrane which receives said primary beam of electrons, and said means preventing the reflection of light by said membrane.
15. A device as defined in claim 12 in which coating means are deposited on the side of said membrane which emits said secondary electron beam, said coating means comprising an alkali metal of the group consisting of caesium, sodium, potassium and lithium, said coating not exceeding the thickness of 150A.
16. A device as defined in claim 12 which comprises means for cooling said membrane to the temperature lower than 80 C below zero.
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|U.S. Classification||250/214.0VT, 313/486|
|International Classification||H01J1/32, H01J31/50, H01J31/08, H01J1/02|
|Cooperative Classification||H01J1/32, H01J31/506|
|European Classification||H01J1/32, H01J31/50G|
|Jan 11, 1989||AS||Assignment|
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