SkyScan2140
   micro-CT / micro-XRF

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World's first micro-CT/micro-XRF system for 3D non-destructive chemical mapping
 
  - 2D energy-dispersive detector acquires distribution for all chemical elements simultaneously,
  - all chemical elements from Chlorine to Uranium can be detected,
  - co-registered 3D micro-morphology and 3D chemical composition,
  - list-mode acquisition allows reconstructingadditional chemical elements without rescanning.
 
 

The SkyScan 2140 extends the boundaries of non-destructive 3D imaging by adding true 3D chemical analysis capabilities to high resolution micro-tomography. It combines in one instrument a micro-CT scanner, which provides high-resolution morphological information and absorption correction maps for chemical analysis and a full-field 3D micro-XRF scanner for reconstruction of 3D chemical composition inside the sample.

 

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     X-ray sources ............... 20-50kV, 40W

 
       X-ray detector  ............. 1.3 Mp, 14 bit cooled CCD  
       3D spatial resolution ... 10 Ám detail detectability, 16 Ám low-contrast  
     MICRO-XRF:  
        X-ray sources ........ ..... 2 x 50kV / 200W  
        X-ray detector ............. 1Kx1K cooled 16 bit CCD, energy-sensitive photon counting.  
       3D spatial resolution ... 13 Ám detail detectability, 40 Ám low contrast resolution  
  Scanning volume .............. 13 mm in diameter, 12 mm in length (9mm in one scan),  
  Radiation safety ................ <1ÁSv / h at any point on the instrument surface  
 
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 1272 hi-resolution
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 1176 in-vivo
 2211 nano-ct
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 wood, paper,...
 
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