Abstract

A luminescent screen is described which will give visible luminescence under excitation by three-volt energy electrons, at a beam current density of 10 microamperes/cm2. The luminescent screen consists of a layer of hex-ZnO:(Zn) phosphor deposited on conducting glass. Some of the properties of these screens are discussed.

© 1954 Optical Society of America

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