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Imaging System for XRF Microtomography at LNLS-Brazil

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6 Author(s)
Pereira, G.R. ; Nucl. Instrum. Lab., UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro ; Rocha, H.S. ; Calza, C. ; Anjos, M.J.
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An X-ray transmission microtomography (CT) system combined with an X-ray fluorescence microtomography (XRFCT) system was implemented in the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS), Campinas, Brazil. The main of this work is to determine the elemental distribution map in reference samples and breast tissue samples in order to verify the concentration of some elements correlated with characteristics and pathology of each tissue observed by the transmission CT. The experiments were performed at the X-Ray Fluorescence beamline (D09B-XRF) of the Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory, Campinas, Brazil. A quasi-monochromatic beam produced by a multilayer monochromator was used as an incident beam. The sample was placed on a high precision goniometer and translation stages that allow rotating as well as translating it perpendicularly to the beam. The fluorescence photons were collected with an energy dispersive HPGe detector placed at 90deg to the incident beam, while transmitted photons were detected with a fast Na(Tl) scintillation counter placed behind the sample on the beam direction. The CT images were reconstructed using a filtered-back projection algorithm and the XRFCT were reconstructed using a filtered-back projection algorithm with absorption corrections.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:56 ,  Issue: 3 )