Phased Contrast X-Ray Imaging
Added Feb 29, 2012 | Rate View top rated
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is developing a range of technologies to broaden the field of explosives detection. Phased contrast X-ray imaging, which uses silicon gratings to detect distortions in the X-ray wave front, may be applicable to mail or luggage scanning for explosives - it can also be used in detecting other contraband, small-parts inspection, or materials characterization.
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