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Figure 4
(a) Image of the same In particle as in Fig. 2[link](c) obtained by mapping the intensity of a selected 110 reflection of In (encircled on the two-dimensional WAXS pattern in the inset). The pixel size is 2 µm × 2 µm. (b) Image of the particle obtained using absorption of the incident X-ray beam. (c) Topographical map of the particle recalculated from the absorption image given in (b). (d) Rise of the particle temperature due to the incident X-ray beam plotted as a function of the spatial position. (e) The horizontal cross section of the temperature map in (d) is given as vertical sticks and that of the X-ray absorption in (b) shown as filled circles. Both cross sections correspond to the line y = 25 µm. (f) Increase of the In particle temperature as a function of the X-ray beam absorption for the whole scanned area. The solid line is the linear fit to the data.

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