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High Resolution Image Converter For Soft X-Ray Microscopy
Author(s): F. Polack; S. Lowenthal; D. Phalippou; P. Fournet
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Paper Abstract

X-ray microscopy with synchrotron radiation is a way of obtaining, on biological objects, informations which can be different of what is seen with usual microscopes and microanalysers. Living specimens can be observed and x-ray absorption analysis can be performed by scanning the wavelength during observation. Contact imaging with a photoelectronic high resolution detector is a possible approach to this problem. It has been applied to a x-ray microscope which is now mounted on one of LURE's beam lines, for alignments. First x-ray images at low magnification have been obtained.

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Date Published: 18 May 1987
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 0702, International Topical Meeting on Image Detection and Quality, (18 May 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.966733
Show Author Affiliations
F. Polack, Universite de Paris -Sud (France)
S. Lowenthal, Universite de Paris-Sud (France)
D. Phalippou, Universite de Paris-Sud (France)
P. Fournet, Universite de Paris-Sud (France)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0702:
International Topical Meeting on Image Detection and Quality
Lucien F. Guyot, Editor(s)

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