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Paper ID: 457

A high-throughput x-ray microtomography system at the Advanced Photon Source
Wang,Y. De Carlo,F. Mancini,D.C. McNulty,I. Tieman,B. Bresnahan,J. Foster,I. Insley,J. Lane,P. von Laszewski,G. Kesselman,C. Su,M. Thiebaux,M.

Appeared in: Review of Scientific Instruments, April 2001.
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Year: 2001
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Field of Science: Physics

URL: http://www.globus.org/research/papers/RSI01.pdf

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Abstract: X-rays have been used in the past decade to achieve imaging up to the 100nm level. In this report, the current setup is described which exploits grid technologies to map a 3D image to a resolution of 1 micrometer.

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