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Determination of the size and geometry of the X-pinch X-ray source using microfabricated structures, and applications of this source to high-resolution imaging of a variety of objects

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6 Author(s)
Byungmoo Song ; Lab. of Plasma Studies, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY, USA ; S. A. Pikuz ; T. A. Shelkovenko ; K. M. Chandler
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Summary form only given, as follows. The X-pinch is a very small radiation source in the 3-10 keV X-ray band. It has been used successfully to obtain micron scale resolution point-projection images of rapidly varying plasmas with subnanosecond temporal resolution, such as other X-pinches and exploding wire arrays, as well as to image /spl les/2 mm thick biological samples, such as small insects and beet seeds.

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Plasma Science, 2003. ICOPS 2003. IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts. The 30th International Conference on

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5-5 June 2003