Recovering refraction and attenuation information in an unknown sample using X-ray propagation-based phase-contrast tomography (2022)
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CitationAlloo SJ, Paganin DM, Morgan KS, Gureyev TE, Mayo SC, Nesterets YI, Mohammadi S, Lockie D, Menk RH, Arfelli F, Kitchen MJ, Zanconati F, Dullin C, Tromba G, Croton LCP, Pavlov K (2022). Recovering refraction and attenuation information in an unknown sample using X-ray propagation-based phase-contrast tomography. Hsinchu, Taiwan: 15th International Conference on X-ray Microscopy (XRM2022). 19/06/2022-24/06/2022.
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Keywordsphase contrast X-ray imaging; propagation-based; phase retrieval
ANZSRC Fields of Research34 - Chemical sciences::3406 - Physical chemistry::340605 - Molecular imaging (incl. electron microscopy and neutron diffraction)
32 - Biomedical and clinical sciences::3206 - Medical biotechnology::320602 - Medical biotechnology diagnostics (incl. biosensors)
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