Phase-contrast imaging of weakly absorbing materials using hard X-rays

@article{Davis1995PhasecontrastIO,
  title={Phase-contrast imaging of weakly absorbing materials using hard X-rays},
  author={T. Davis and D. Gao and T. Gureyev and A. W. Stevenson and S. Wilkins},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1995},
  volume={373},
  pages={595-598}
}
  • T. Davis, D. Gao, +2 authors S. Wilkins
  • Published 1995
  • Chemistry
  • Nature
  • IMAGING with hard X-rays is an important diagnostic tool in medicine, biology and materials science. Contact radiography and tomography using hard X-rays provide information on internal structures that cannot be obtained using other non-destructive methods. The image contrast results from variations in the X-ray absorption arising from density differences and variations in composition and thickness of the object. But although X-rays penetrate deeply into carbon-based compounds, such as soft… CONTINUE READING
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