Talbot–Lau x-ray interferometry is a grating-based phase-contrast technique. That enables measurement of refractive index changes in matter with micrometric spatial resolution.
The tremendous development of table-top high-power lasers makes the use of high-intensity, laser-driven K-alpha sources appealing for Talbot–Lau interferometer applications in both high-energy-density plasma experiments and biological imaging.
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