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Compact and high-quality gamma-ray source applied to 10 μm-range resolution radiography

Abstract : Gamma-ray beams with optimal and tuneable size, temperature, and dose are of great interest for a large variety of applications. These photons can be produced by the conversion of energetic electrons through the bremsstrahlung process in a dense material. This work presents the experimental demonstration of 30 μm resolution radiography of dense objects using an optimized gamma-ray source, produced with a high-quality electron beam delivered by a compact laser-plasma accelerator.
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Ahmed Ben-Ismaïl, Olle Lundh, Clement Rechatin, J. Lim, Jérôme Faure, et al.. Compact and high-quality gamma-ray source applied to 10 μm-range resolution radiography. Applied Physics Letters, American Institute of Physics, 2011, 98, pp.264101. ⟨10.1063/1.3604013⟩. ⟨hal-01164267⟩

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