X-ray grating interferometry with a liquid-metal-jet source

August 2013 – Applied Physics letters 103, 091105 (2013) – T. Thüring, T. Zhou, U. Lundström, A. Burvall, S. Rutishauser, C. David, H. M. Hertz and M. Stampanoni

A PSI/KTH team combines Excillum MetalJet sources with grating phase-contrast imaging and compares it with the use of a conventional microfocus source. They conclude that exposure times can be significantly reduced and visibility significantly improved with the metal-jet sources.

Link to paper in PDF here.


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