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Hard x-ray multi-projection imaging for single-shot approaches

Villanueva-Perez, P. LU ; Pedrini, B.; Mokso, R. LU ; Vagovic, P.; Guzenko, V. A.; Leake, S. J.; Willmott, P. R.; Oberta, P.; David, C. and Chapman, H. N., et al. (2018) In Optica 5(12). p.1521-1524
Abstract

High-brilliance x-ray sources (x-ray free-electron lasers or diffraction-limited storage rings) allow the visualization of ultrafast processes in a 2D manner using single exposures. Current 3D approaches scan the sample using multiple exposures, and hence they are not compatible with single-shot acquisitions. Here we propose and verify experimentally an x-ray multi-projection imaging approach, which uses a crystal to simultaneously acquire nine angularly resolved projections with a single x-ray exposure. When implemented at high-brilliance sources, this approach can provide volumetric information of natural processes and non-reproducible samples in the micrometer to nanometer resolution range, and resolve timescales from microseconds... (More)

High-brilliance x-ray sources (x-ray free-electron lasers or diffraction-limited storage rings) allow the visualization of ultrafast processes in a 2D manner using single exposures. Current 3D approaches scan the sample using multiple exposures, and hence they are not compatible with single-shot acquisitions. Here we propose and verify experimentally an x-ray multi-projection imaging approach, which uses a crystal to simultaneously acquire nine angularly resolved projections with a single x-ray exposure. When implemented at high-brilliance sources, this approach can provide volumetric information of natural processes and non-reproducible samples in the micrometer to nanometer resolution range, and resolve timescales from microseconds down to femto-seconds.

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  abstract     = {<p>High-brilliance x-ray sources (x-ray free-electron lasers or diffraction-limited storage rings) allow the visualization of ultrafast processes in a 2D manner using single exposures. Current 3D approaches scan the sample using multiple exposures, and hence they are not compatible with single-shot acquisitions. Here we propose and verify experimentally an x-ray multi-projection imaging approach, which uses a crystal to simultaneously acquire nine angularly resolved projections with a single x-ray exposure. When implemented at high-brilliance sources, this approach can provide volumetric information of natural processes and non-reproducible samples in the micrometer to nanometer resolution range, and resolve timescales from microseconds down to femto-seconds.</p>},
  author       = {Villanueva-Perez, P. and Pedrini, B. and Mokso, R. and Vagovic, P. and Guzenko, V. A. and Leake, S. J. and Willmott, P. R. and Oberta, P. and David, C. and Chapman, H. N. and Stampanoni, M.},
  issn         = {2334-2536},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {12},
  pages        = {1521--1524},
  publisher    = {Optical Society of America},
  series       = {Optica},
  title        = {Hard x-ray multi-projection imaging for single-shot approaches},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/OPTICA.5.001521},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2018},
}