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The authors report a carbon nanotube (CNT) field emission multipixel x-ray array source for microradiotherapy for cancer research. The developed multipixel x-ray array source has 50 individually controllable pixels and it has several distinct advantages over other irradiation source including high-temporal resolution (millisecond level), the ability to(More)
Micro-radiotherapy (micro-RT) system is specially designed for small animal (cancer cell) irradiation for basic and translational cancer research. We use carbon nanotube (CNT) field emission technology to develop a novel micro-RT system for image-guided high precision irradiation that is similar to the state of the art radiotherapy which our cancer patients(More)
In this letter, pronounced hysteresis loops were observed in single-walled carbon nanotube-based field-effect transistors CNTFETs . The shift in threshold voltage was found to increase with increasing gate voltage sweep ranges. A significant enhancement in the charge storage stability over 14 days was obtained at room temperature after a two-stage hydrogen(More)
Rise-time distribution spectra of a polycrystalline chemical vapor deposited diamond detector were directly measured from alpha-particle induced pulse shapes over a temperature range of 240–280 K. Pulses due to hole-dominated charge transport showed a strong delayed component due to thermal detrapping of charge from a shallow level, with a mean rise time(More)
In this paper, we report a significant improvement of electron field emission property in patterned carbon nanotubes films by using a high temperature (650 °C) hydrogen plasma treatment. This treatment was found to greatly increase the emission current, emission uniformity and stability. The mechanism study showed that these enhanced properties are(More)
We report here the development of a new carbon nanotube (CNT) field emission multi-pixel cathode array chip, a vital component for the multi-pixel beam x-ray micro-radiotherapy (micro-RT) system under development in our group for cancer research. The CNT field emission cathode array chip has up to 25 (5 × 5) individually addressable cathode pixels, each 1(More)
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