x-ray holography

x-ray holography

[′eks ‚rā hō′läg·rə·fē]
(electromagnetism)
The use of holographic techniques to image objects beyond the reach of optical microscopes by using high-intensity coherent sources of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths between 0.1 and 10 nanometers. Also known as microholography.
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X-ray holography: atoms in 3D.-Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Issues 1-2, 29 September 2005, p.92-98.
23 SCIENCE that they have passed important milestones in X-ray holography, the main microscopy technique for producting three-dimensional images.
"The key step preventing X-ray holography from being a useful technique was the inability to record the hologram,' says Howells, "and now we've accomplished that step with the undulator and resist.'