The new X-ray/visible microscopy MAXWELL technique for fast three-dimensional nanoimaging with isotropic resolution

Yoshiki Kohmura*, Shun Min Yang, Hsiang Hsin Chen, Hidekazu Takano, Chia Ju Chang, Ya Sian Wang, Tsung Tse Lee, Ching Yu Chiu, Kai En Yang, Yu Ting Chien, Huan Ming Hu, Tzu Ling Su, Cyril Petibois, Yi Yun Chen, Cheng Huan Hsu, Peilin Chen, Dueng Yuan Hueng, Shean Jen Chen, Chi Lin Yang, An Lun ChinChian Ming Low, Francis Chee Kuan Tan, Alvin Teo, Eng Soon Tok, Xu Xiang Cai, Hong Ming Lin, John Boeckl, Anton P. Stampfl, Jumpei Yamada, Satoshi Matsuyama, Tetsuya Ishikawa, Giorgio Margaritondo, Ann Shyn Chiang, Yeukuang Hwu*

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Microscopy by Achromatic X-rays With Emission of Laminar Light (MAXWELL) is a new X-ray/visible technique with attractive characteristics including isotropic resolution in all directions, large-volume imaging and high throughput. An ultrathin, laminar X-ray beam produced by a Wolter type I mirror irradiates the sample stimulating the emission of visible light by scintillating nanoparticles, captured by an optical system. Three-dimensional (3D) images are obtained by scanning the specimen with respect to the laminar beam. We implemented and tested the technique with a high-brightness undulator at SPring-8, demonstrating its validity for a variety of specimens. This work was performed under the Synchrotrons for Neuroscience—an Asia–Pacific Strategic Enterprise (SYNAPSE) collaboration.

原文English
文章編號9668
期刊Scientific reports
12
發行號1
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 12月 2022

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