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000112564 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1063/1.2743928
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000112564 037__ $$aARTICLE
000112564 245__ $$aHigh-resolution differential phase contrast imaging using a magnifying projection geometry with a microfocus x-ray source
000112564 260__ $$c2007
000112564 269__ $$a2007
000112564 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000112564 520__ $$aDifferential x-ray phase contrast imaging using a grating interferometer was combined with a magnifying cone beam geometry using a conventional microfocus x-ray tube. This brings the advantages of a magnifying cone beam setup, namely, a high spatial resolution in the micron range and the possibility of using an efficient, low resolution detector, into differential phase contrast imaging. The authors present methodical investigations which show how the primary measurement signal depends on the magnification factor. As an illustration of the potential of this quantitative imaging technique, a high-resolution x-ray phase contrast tomography of an insect is presented.
000112564 700__ $$aEngelhardt, M.
000112564 700__ $$aBaumann, J.
000112564 700__ $$aSchuster, M.
000112564 700__ $$aKottler, C.
000112564 700__ $$0240201$$g181576$$aPfeiffer, F.
000112564 700__ $$aBunk, O.
000112564 700__ $$aDavid, C.
000112564 773__ $$j90$$tApplied Physics Letters$$k22$$q224101
000112564 909C0 $$0252063$$pLSXC
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000112564 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
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