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|Title:||Hard X-ray imaging by a spherical compound refractive lens|
Dudchik, Yu. I.
|Keywords:||ЭБ БГУ::ЕСТЕСТВЕННЫЕ И ТОЧНЫЕ НАУКИ::Физика|
|Citation:||Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research. - 2009. - № 602. - C. 446-449.|
|Abstract:||Hard X-ray imaging by a spherical compound refractive lens is presented. The lens is composed of 123 biconcave microlenses with a size of 200 mm in diameter. Each microlens was formed by the epoxy between two bubbles, which were injected into an epoxy-ﬁlled glass capillary. The focal length of the lens is 114 mm at 8.05 keV. The light source was obtained by using a copper anode X-ray tube without a ﬁlter. The lens can be achieved a spatial resolution of 5 mm with ﬁeld of view of about 700 mm, and 1–3 mm resolution may be obtainable by using monochromator and diaphragm.|
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