X-ray grating interferometry for 9.25 keV design energy at a liquid-metal-jet source

January 2016, AIP Conference Proceedings 1696, 020043 (2016); doi: 10.1063/1.4937537 – A. Balles, Ch. Fella, J. Dittmann, W. Wiest, S. Zabler, and R. Hanke

A team from Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg presents a grating interferometer based on a MetalJet X-ray tube, as well as a self-built high resolution detector. They show that the small spot-size of the MetalJet makes the use of a source grating unnecessary. This work was presented at the XRM 2014 in Melbourne, and published in AIP Conference Proceedings 1696 in January 2016.

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