Rigaku's nano3DX is a true X-ray microscope (XRM) with the ability to deliver 3D computed tomography (CT) images of relatively large samples at high resolution. This is accomplished by using a high powered rotating anode X-ray source and a high-resolution CCD detector. The rotating anode provides for fast data acquisition and the ability to switch anode materials easily to optimize contrast for specific sample types.
In an interview Dr. Cameron Chai from AZoM spoke to Joseph Ferrara, VP XRay Research Laboratory at Rigaku, about their new nano3DX xray microscope to find out more about it and who it would benefit.
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