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Figure 1
A slice through an X-ray tomogram of the nozzle used in the FLASH experiments. The nozzle is almost cylindrical/symmetric and consists of a sharpened glass capillary with an inner bore diameter of 30 µm surrounded by an injection-molded ceramic conical piece. The capillary transports the sample liquid to the nozzle exit where a free-standing liquid jet is formed by gas flowing through the interstitial space and out through the orifice. Tomography was performed with 25 keV photon energy at the P05 endstation at the PETRA III synchrotron facility.

Volume 5| Part 5| September 2018| Pages 574-584
ISSN: 2052-2525