forthcoming articles

The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Journal of Synchrotron Radiation.

See also Forthcoming articles in all IUCr journals.

Accepted 7 October 2016

On the use of flat-fields for tomographic reconstruction

A flat-field correction method is proposed for X-ray computed tomography using the edges of the sinogram (not shadowed by the sample) to adjust the best suited combination of flat-fields.

Accepted 6 October 2016

X-ray fluorescence at nanoscale resolution for multicomponent layered structures: a solar cell case study

The study of multilayer stacks (e.g. thin-film solar cells) by X-ray fluorescence requires a thorough account of the depth-dependent attenuation of incident and excident X-ray beam intensity, as well as spatial thickness variations to achieve an accurate interpretation of the data. A procedure is presented that allows for the assessment of stoichiometric composition variations in high spatial resolution imaging by correcting for multiple effects.

Accepted 6 October 2016

Fast iterative reconstruction of data in full interior tomography

Efficient strategies to perform iterative reconstruction of underconstrained datasets in full interior tomography are presented.

Accepted 6 October 2016

Synchrotron-based phase-sensitive imaging of leaves grown from magneto-primed seeds of soybean

Synchrotron-radiation-based phase-contrast imaging of soybean leaves grown from magneto-primed seeds is presented.

Accepted 4 October 2016

Qu­antitative characterization of the X-ray beam at the Australian Synchrotron Imaging and Medical Beamline (IMBL)*

We have developed a comprehensive model of the Imaging and Medical Beamline at the Australian Synchrotron, validated it against a variety of experimental measurements, and demonstrated its versatility, reliability and robustness. The results presented are of particular relevance in X-ray imaging, tomography, radiotherapy and dosimetry.

Accepted 3 October 2016

Determination of copper nanoparticle size distributions with total reflection X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy

Accepted 23 September 2016

Development of tools to automate qu­antitative analysis of radiation damage in SAXS experiments

Radiation damage analysis with experimental SAXS data allows for the quantitative comparison of the efficacy of various additive radioprotectant compounds. Relevant extensions to RADDOSE-3D and the creation of a new visualization library to enable this study are presented.

Accepted 19 September 2016

Identification of the point of diminishing returns in high-multiplicity data collection for sulfur SAD phasing

A statistic based on the distribution of sets of signed anomalous differences is evaluated as a possible metric for defining the point at which the inclusion of additional data from a progressively more damaged crystal into a S-SAD phasing process will reduce the probability of successful phasing.

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