hard x-ray


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.

hard x-ray

High-energy modality, usually in the diagnostic radiology range.
References in periodicals archive ?
Woicik, "Note: alignment/focus dependent core-line sensitivity for quantitative chemical analysis in hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy using a hemispherical electron analyzer," Review of Scientific Instruments, vol.
The increase in the hard X-ray emission over the background level caused by the solar flare was reliably detected by the SONG instrument beginning from 11:02:11 to 11:12:30 (see Figure 4).
It is the first free-electron laser (undulating magnets are shown) to produce pulses of hard X-rays, light whose wavelength is close to the width of an atom.
By a repetition of this "photon splitting" process, the input gamma-rays will increase in number, and decrease in individual photon energy, thus forming a hard X-ray continuum from 511 keV downwards.
Cea / leti wishes to acquire a high-performance laboratory-grade haxpes (hard x-ray photoelectron) spectroscope for a variety of applications (inorganic heterostructures, bio-applications, new energies).
Washington, June 14 ( ANI ): NASA has launched an orbiting telescope that can view the cosmos through the lens of hard X-rays on Wednesday.
Clayton, ANL: Over the next two years of budget uncertainty, Argonne's goal is to advance its programs in hard x-ray science, leadership computing, and energy storage.
A hard X-ray powder diffraction and two other far ultra violet/soft X-ray beamlines should be approved shortly.
While some flares do indeed exhibit an extended cascade of soft X-rays on the heels of the intense, hard X-ray burst, X-ray component.
An ultrashort hard x-ray pulse, which is delayed relative to the pump pulse, is diffracted from the excited powder of crystallites to map the momentary spatial arrangement of electrons via an x-ray diffraction pattern.
Cosmological evolution of supermassive black holes in galactic centers unveiled by hard X-ray observations ...