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April 1st, 2004

Imaging: Mini X-ray tube sees the details

Abstract:
A miniaturized X-ray source developed by A. Haga et al. can produce X-ray images at very high resolution. The instrument reveals features as small as 20 Ám across in microelectronic circuitry, making it potentially valuable for non-destructive evaluation of electronics. It also shows delicate bone structure and other fine details in biomedical imaging.

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* Nature

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