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Phase-contrast imaging and tomography at 60 keV using a conventional x-ray tube source
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10.1063/1.3127712
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FIG. 1.

Phase-contrast measurement using a grating interferometer. (a) The beam deflection caused by the sample is transformed into an intensity variation that is detected with a conventional two-dimensional x-ray detector. During a phase-stepping scan, grating G2 is moved stepwise perpendicular to the grating structures, while the intensity oscillation is recorded for each detector pixel. (b) Arrangement of the symmetric grating interferometer using a conventional x-ray tube source. The interferometer consists of two absorption gratings G0 and G2 and one phase grating G1.

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FIG. 2.

Phase-contrast projections of a mobile phone. (a) Photograph with a rectangular box showing the location of (b) the conventional transmission image and (c) the phase-contrast image. The phase-contrast image shows the deflection angle in units of the phase shift of the oscillation in the phase-stepping scan.

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FIG. 3.

CT reconstructions of a PMMA phantom. Shown are the (a) conventional reconstruction and (b) the phase-contrast reconstruction. The phantom consists of two PMMA cylinders of 30 mm diameter. The text PSI was milled into the upper cylinder on a CNC machine. Contrast is obtained between the air-filled letters and PMMA. Both images show cross sections for three orthogonal directions, the reconstructed slice (bottom left) and two longitudinal cross sections (top left, top right), as well as a 3D rendering (bottom right). The sticky tape used to attach the two cylinders to each other is visible in the conventional reconstruction as a small bright ring around the cylinder. The thickest part of the ring is found above the left side of the letter P where two tape layers overlap. The bottom cylinder was glued to a sample holder from aluminum. Sample holder and glue are visible at the bottom of the longitudinal cross sections.

Tables

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Table I.

Parameters of the constructed symmetric grating interferometer for 60 keV.

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Table II.

Material thickness with 10% transmission remaining for selected materials at 28 and 60 keV. The relative increase in the transmission thickness going from 28 to 60 keV is given by the ratio column.

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Scitation: Phase-contrast imaging and tomography at 60 keV using a conventional x-ray tube source
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/80/5/10.1063/1.3127712
10.1063/1.3127712
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