An Overview of 3D X-ray MicroscopyBack

Scientists have long used X-rays to peer within solid objects, but the recent rise of X-ray microscopy (XRM) means they are now able to probe the secrets of matter in ever greater detail. Unlike most forms of microscopy, XRM can deliver high resolution and contrast in three dimensions, and can do so without destroying samples. This publication offers an overview of the latest XRM technology and its unique advantages, and provides examples of how XRM is used in the real world. 

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