Multimode X-ray tomography at the mediana Station of the Kurchatov synchrotron radiation source
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The synchrotron radiation used in X-ray tomography enables us to vary the recording conditions within wide limits due to the continuous spectrum and the beam’s high brightness and collimation. The possibilities of multimode X-ray tomography at the Mediana station of the Kurchatov synchrotron radiation source, including tomography and microtomography based on white and “pink” beams, imaging with the help of a monochromatic beam, and measurements via axial and refractive phase-contrast methods, are described. The presented results of the reconstruction of different objects have been obtained under different recording conditions.
KeywordsNeutron Technique Storage Ring Tomographic Reconstruction Monochromatic Beam Synchrotron Radiation Beam
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