Tomography and imaging at the PSICHE beam line of the SOLEIL synchrotron

Abstract : PSICHE (Pressure, Structure and Imaging by Contrast at High Energy) is the high-energy beam line of the SOLEIL synchrotron. The beam line is designed to study samples at extreme pressures, using diffraction, and to perform imaging and tomography for materials science and other diverse applications. This paper presents the tomograph and the use of the beam line for imaging, with emphasis on developments made with respect to existing instruments. Of particular note are the high load capacity rotation stage with free central aperture for installing large or complex samples and sample environments, x-ray mirror and filter optics for pink beam imaging, and multiple options for combining imaging and diffraction measurement. We describe how x-ray imaging techniques have been integrated into high-pressure experiments. The design and the specifications of the beam line are described, and several case studies drawn from the first user experiments are presented. Published by AIP Publishing.
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A. King, N. Guignot, P. Zerbino, E. Boulard, K. Desjardins, et al.. Tomography and imaging at the PSICHE beam line of the SOLEIL synchrotron. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2016, 87 (9), ⟨10.1063/1.4961365⟩. ⟨hal-02331137⟩

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