Multiscale pink-beam microCT imaging at the ESRF-ID17 biomedical beamline. Mittone, A.; Fardin, L.; Lillo, F.; Fratini, M.; Requardt, H.; Mauro, A.; Homs-Regojo, R.; Douissard, P.; Barbone, V.; Stroebel, V.; Romano, M.; Massimi, L.; Begani-Provinciali, G.; Palermo, F.; Bayat, S.; Cedola, A.; Coang, P.; and Bravin, A. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 27:1347-1357, International Union of Crystallography, 2020. cited By 4
Multiscale pink-beam microCT imaging at the ESRF-ID17 biomedical beamline [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
Recent trends in hard X-ray micro-computed tomography (microCT) aim at increasing both spatial and temporal resolutions. These challenges require intense photon beams. Filtered synchrotron radiation beams, also referred to as 'pink beams', which are emitted by wigglers or bending magnets, meet this need, owing to their broad energy range. In this work, the new microCT station installed at the biomedical beamline ID17 of the European Synchrotron is described and an overview of the preliminary results obtained for different biomedical-imaging applications is given. This new instrument expands the capabilities of the beamline towards sub-micrometre voxel size scale and simultaneous multi-resolution imaging. The current setup allows the acquisition of tomographic datasets more than one order of magnitude faster than with a monochromatic beam configuration. © 2020 International Union of Crystallography.
@ARTICLE{Mittone20201347,
author={Mittone, A. and Fardin, L. and Lillo, F.D. and Fratini, M. and Requardt, H. and Mauro, A. and Homs-Regojo, R.A. and Douissard, P.-A. and Barbone, V.E. and Stroebel, V. and Romano, M. and Massimi, L. and Begani-Provinciali, G. and Palermo, F. and Bayat, S. and Cedola, A. and Coang, P. and Bravin, A.},
title={Multiscale pink-beam microCT imaging at the ESRF-ID17 biomedical beamline},
journal={Journal of Synchrotron Radiation},
year={2020},
volume={27},
pages={1347-1357},
doi={10.1107/S160057752000911X},
note={cited By 4},
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abstract={Recent trends in hard X-ray micro-computed tomography (microCT) aim at increasing both spatial and temporal resolutions. These challenges require intense photon beams. Filtered synchrotron radiation beams, also referred to as 'pink beams', which are emitted by wigglers or bending magnets, meet this need, owing to their broad energy range. In this work, the new microCT station installed at the biomedical beamline ID17 of the European Synchrotron is described and an overview of the preliminary results obtained for different biomedical-imaging applications is given. This new instrument expands the capabilities of the beamline towards sub-micrometre voxel size scale and simultaneous multi-resolution imaging. The current setup allows the acquisition of tomographic datasets more than one order of magnitude faster than with a monochromatic beam configuration. © 2020 International Union of Crystallography.},
publisher={International Union of Crystallography},
issn={09090495},
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document_type={Article},
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}
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