X-ray imaging


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What's the use of X-ray with angestrom wavelengh in imaging? Do you know of any good source to study more about that?
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According to this site, the X-ray spectrum peaks at 60 keV with a secondary peak at about 68 keV. I believe most X-ray machines use a tungsten target.

http://3dviz.ucsd.edu/~radiology_res.../CH052009.html
http://3dviz.ucsd.edu/~radiology_residents/Notes.html

http://courses.washington.edu/radxph...icsCourse.html
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What's the use of X-ray with angestrom wavelengh in imaging? Do you know of any good source to study more about that?
Crystal diffraction !

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X-ray imaging


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