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Development of X-ray Micro-CT System using Open Type Microfocus X-ray Source for Rock and Mineral Samples.

  • Kentaro Uesugi (a1), Tsukasa Nakano (a2), Masayuki Uesugi (a1) and Akira Tsuchiyama (a3)
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[1] Sasov, , et al, Proceedings of SPIE 7078 2008 70781C1.
[2] Myers, G. R., et al, Optics letters 36 2011 4809A.
[3] Uesugi, K., et al J. Phys Conf. Ser. 849 2017 012051.
[4] Defrise, M. Clack, R. IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging 13(1 1994 186.
[5] Paganin, D., et al, Journal of Microscopy 206 2002 33.
[6] The authors thank to Tomoki Fukui for his technical support. The authors also thank to Drs. Naonobu Suzuki and Hiroki Kawakami for optimization of X-ray light source. ABS resin sample was provided by Dr Tomasz Wysokinski (CLS, Canada). This work was supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Numbers 16H06348 and 15H05695..
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Microscopy and Microanalysis
  • ISSN: 1431-9276
  • EISSN: 1435-8115
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