7 September 2017 High-energy cryo x-ray nano-imaging at the ID16A beamline of ESRF
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The ID16A beamline at ESRF offers unique capabilities for X-ray nano-imaging, and currently produces the worlds brightest high energy diffraction-limited nanofocus. Such a nanoprobe was designed for quantitative characterization of the morphology and the elemental composition of specimens at both room and cryogenic temperatures. Billions of photons per second can be delivered in a diffraction-limited focus spot size down to 13 nm. Coherent X-ray imaging techniques, as magnified holographic-tomography and ptychographic-tomography, are implemented as well as X-ray fluorescence nanoscopy. We will show the latest developments in coherent and spectroscopic X-ray nanoimaging implemented at the ID16A beamline
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Julio C. da Silva, Julio C. da Silva, Alexandra Pacureanu, Alexandra Pacureanu, Yang Yang, Yang Yang, Florin Fus, Florin Fus, Maxime Hubert, Maxime Hubert, Leonid Bloch, Leonid Bloch, Murielle Salome, Murielle Salome, Sylvain Bohic, Sylvain Bohic, Peter Cloetens, Peter Cloetens, } "High-energy cryo x-ray nano-imaging at the ID16A beamline of ESRF", Proc. SPIE 10389, X-Ray Nanoimaging: Instruments and Methods III, 103890F (7 September 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2275739; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2275739
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