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Ptychotomographic imaging of nano-materials at I13-1 Diamond Light Source

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Ptychography is a lensless X-ray diffraction microscopy technique [1,2] in which the sample is scanned at pre-defined positions collecting far-field diffraction patterns at each of these scanning positions. The diffraction patterns along with the information regarding the scan positions are then processed using iterative phase retrieval algorithms resulting in high resolution complex transmission function of the sample. The complex X-ray probe function incident on the sample is also reconstructed along with the sample’s transmission function [2]. Ptychography can be combined with tomography in order to obtain high resolution, phase contrast 3D transmission function of the sample [5]. Ptychography has shown to be capable of achieving high 2D ( 17 nm [3]) as well as 3D (16 nm [4]) resolutions.

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