|Title||Snapshot molecular imaging using coded energy-sensitive detection.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||JA Greenberg, K Krishnamurthy, and D Brady|
|Pagination||25480 - 25491|
We demonstrate a technique for measuring the range-resolved coherent scatter form factors of different objects from a single snapshot. By illuminating the object with an x-ray pencil beam and placing a coded aperture in front of a linear array of energy-sensitive detector elements, we record the coherently scattered x-rays. This approach yields lateral, range, and momentum transfer resolutions of 1 mm, 5 mm, and 0.2 nm⁻¹, respectively, which is sufficient for the distinguishing a variety of solids and liquids. These results indicate a path toward real-time volumetric molecular imaging for non-destructive examination in a variety of applications, including medical diagnostics, quality inspection, and security detection.
|Short Title||Optics Express|