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Title: Polycapillary based μXRF station for 3D colour tomography
Authors: Hampai, D.
Cherepennikov, Yu. M.
Liedl, A.
Cappuccio, G.
Gladkikh, Yu. P.
Keywords: physics
Computerized Tomography
Computed Radiography
X-ray fluorescence (XRF) systems
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Polycapillary based μXRF station for 3D colour tomography / D. Hampai [и др.] // Journal of Instrumentation. - 2018. - Vol.13, №4.-C04024. - (24 th International congress on X-ray optics and microanalysis, Italy, Trieste, 24-29 sept. 2017). - DOI: 10.1088/1748-0221/13/04/C04024.
Abstract: The “Rainbow X-Ray” (RXR) experimental station at XLab Frascati of the Frascati’s National Laboratories (LNF) INFN is a dedicated station for X-ray fluorescence studies based on the use of polycapillary lenses in a confocal geometry. The flexible RXR layout allows investigating specimens of the dimensions ranging from several millimeters up to half meter and weighting up to several tens of kilograms. Compared to similar existing XRF stations, apart of the possibility for investigating large samples, the main advantage of this equipment is the detection system with two spectrometers optimized to work separately at high and at low X-ray energies
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