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Uploaded on Feb 29, 2008

This animation shows how characteristic X-rays are produced. An incoming electron knocks an inner shell electron out of the atom. The characteristic X-ray is emitted as a higher energy electron makes the transition to the now evacuated shell spot in the inner shell.

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