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Figure 2
Schematic of the X-ray fluorescence microprobe instrument at the Australian Synchrotron XFM beamline (Paterson et al., 2011BB104). A monochromated X-ray beam is focused to a small spot using a Kirkpatrick–Baez (K–B) mirror pair. The sample is scanned and rotated through this focus. A segmented transmission detector records the transmitted intensity and position to obtain differential phase contrast images (de Jonge et al., 2008BB18), and the energy-resolving Maia detector system (Kirkham et al., 2010BB70) records an event stream including X-ray energy and specimen position information.

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