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Comparison of Images Obtained by DEI and Refraction-Contrast Imaging. by N.Yagi, R.Lewis & C.Hall (PDF in English)

Refraction-enhanced imaging experiments at BL20B2

A hairless rat was imaged. This image was reconstructed from scanned images. The images were recorded with a "Beam Monitor 4" with a C4880-75 cooled CCD camera.

This is a comparison of images with short and long distance between the rat and the detector. "A" is with a short distance (absorption image), "B" is with a long distance (refraction image).

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