Hard-X-ray Zone Plates: Recent Progress
AbstractThe technology to focus hard-X-rays (photon energy larger than 1–2 keV) has made great progress in the past three years. The progress was particularly spectacular for lenses based on the Fresnel zone plate concept. The spatial resolution notably increased by a factor of three, opening up entirely new domains of application, specifically in biomedical research. As we shall see, this evolution is the result of a painstaking optimization of many different aspects rather than of a single technical breakthrough. View Full-Text
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Wu, S.-R.; Hwu, Y.; Margaritondo, G. Hard-X-ray Zone Plates: Recent Progress. Materials 2012, 5, 1752-1773.
Wu S-R, Hwu Y, Margaritondo G. Hard-X-ray Zone Plates: Recent Progress. Materials. 2012; 5(10):1752-1773.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Syue-Ren; Hwu, Yeukuang; Margaritondo, Giorgio. 2012. "Hard-X-ray Zone Plates: Recent Progress." Materials 5, no. 10: 1752-1773.