Researchers have long known that phase-contrast X-ray imaging can yield stunning pictures of soft tissue.
What does X stand for?
X stands for X-ray (aviation letter code)
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- Military and Government
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- Special Distribution (Air Force)
- Special Equipment (Stores 100 code)
- Strike (bowling)
- Telephone Extension
- Transfer (prefix)
- Unknown Quantity (variable)
- X Chromosome (genetics)
- X Gene (X-Men)
- X Windows (TCP/IP-based network-oriented window system)
- Xerox Corporation
- Energetic High-Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation
- Experiment and Development Flotilla (landing craft; US Navy)
- Statistical Exchange Method
- X(Alpha)-Multiple Scattering
- X(Alpha) Scattered-Wave Method
- Intermittent Exotropia at Distance (walleye; ophthalmology)
- Intermittent Exotropia at Near (walleye; ophthalmology)
- Xanthine Plus Xanthine Oxidase
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This article will discuss the benefits and potential cost savings to tire manufacturers who incorporate today's state-of-the-art x-ray inspection techniques into the production process.
Using an Earth-orbiting telescope to record what Mars would look like if our eyes were sensitive to high-energy radiation, researchers have for the first time detected X-ray emissions from the planet.
In setting up the conditions for quantitative wavelength-dispersive electron microprobe analysis a number of parameters have to be defined for each element, namely accelerating voltage, beam current, and (for each element) x-ray line, spectrometer crystal, pulse-height analyser settings, background offsets, and counting times for peak and background.
X-ray projection imaging contains absorption radiography and diffraction topography.