, Volume 19, Issue 2-4, pp 553-560

Imaging of biological objects in the plane-wave diffraction scheme

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Summary

The X-ray plane-wave diffraction scheme was used for experimental testing of biological objects—blood vessels and laboratory animals. Two successively installed asymmetrically cut monochromators were used for the pseudoplane-wave preparation. The images were formed by analyzer fixed both in Laue and Bragg positions. Possibility of vessel system observation both in a live organism and cadavers was demonstrated in a number of experiments. The method has proved to be very promising in the non-invasive X-ray diagnostics.

Paper presented at the 3rd European Symposium on X-ray Topography and High-Resolution X-ray Diffraction (X-TOP ’96), 22–24 April 1996, Palermo, Italy.