When holography meets coherent diffraction imaging.

@article{Latychevskaia2012WhenHM,
  title={When holography meets coherent diffraction imaging.},
  author={T. Latychevskaia and J. Longchamp and H. Fink},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2012},
  volume={20 27},
  pages={
          28871-92
        }
}
The phase problem is inherent to crystallographic, astronomical and optical imaging where only the intensity of the scattered signal is detected and the phase information is lost and must somehow be recovered to reconstruct the object's structure. Modern imaging techniques at the molecular scale rely on utilizing novel coherent light sources like X-ray free electron lasers for the ultimate goal of visualizing such objects as individual biomolecules rather than crystals. Here, unlike in the case… Expand
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