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Photon Production Laboratory Ltd. | Date: 2009-02-17

Particle accelerators; X-rays producing apparatus and installation, not for medical purposes; X-ray microscopes; Non-destructive testing apparatus using radiation comprising a radiation source and sensor for the identification and analysis of defects such as cracks, cavities, air bubbles and foreign substances within the internal structure of an organic or inorganic test object or material sample; Industrial sterilizing apparatus using radiation; Protein structure analysis apparatus; X-ray fluorescence spectrometer. X-rays producing apparatus and installation, for medical purposes; Medical X-ray apparatus; Radiotherapy apparatus comprising a radiation source and an irradiation device; Medical sterilizing apparatus using radiation comprising a radiation source and an irradiation device.


Tanaka R.,Setsunan University | Hanashima T.,Photon Production Laboratory Ltd. | Yamada H.,Ritsumeikan University
Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry | Year: 2010

A correlation between the quantitative changes in L-methionine analogs, the ratio of D-serine/L-serine during the pupal stage, and metamorphosis was observed. The glycoside appearing at low blood sugar values during the pupal stage was isolated and characterized as D-glucosyl-L-tyrosine. 1H-NMR indicated the appearance and increase of this glycoside, and Mirrorcle Ray CV4 equipment was used to take X-ray pictures of the pupal bodies. The results indicate that -cyclic di-Lglutamate and L-methionine sulfone might be concerned with ammonia assimilation in the pupae, and that D-glucosyl-L-tyrosine served as a switch for the fatty acid (pupal oil) dissimilation hybrid system. Source


Taibi A.,University of Ferrara | Cardarelli P.,University of Ferrara | Di Domenico G.,University of Ferrara | Marziani M.,University of Ferrara | And 3 more authors.
Applied Physics Letters | Year: 2010

We demonstrate both theoretically and experimentally that edge-enhancement effects are produced when objects, in contact with the x-ray detector, are imaged by using very broad x-ray spectra. Radiographs of thin Al objects have been obtained with a table-top synchrotron source which generates x-rays in the energy range from a few kilo-electron-volts up to 6 MeV. Edge-enhancement effects arise from the combination of x-ray absorption (kilo-electron-volt part of the spectrum) and secondary particle emission (mega-electron-volt part of the spectrum) within the sample. The exact contribution of absorption and emission profiles in the edge-enhanced images has been calculated via Monte Carlo simulation. © 2010 American Institute of Physics. Source


Yamada T.,Photon Production Laboratory Ltd. | Yamada H.,Photon Production Laboratory Ltd. | Yamada H.,Ritsumeikan University | Maeo S.,Photon Production Laboratory Ltd. | And 5 more authors.
AIP Conference Proceedings | Year: 2012

In this paper, advanced features of MIRRORCLE-CV4, the tabletop synchrotron are described. Extremely small emitter size in one micron order and continuous X-ray energy ranging from 8 KeV to MeV are the advantage in the phase contrast imaging, micrometer order space resolution, and tunability of X-ray energy for various specimens like biological specimen, animal, human body, or motor engine block etc. The machine size is only 2m × 0.5m like X-ray tube. © 2012 American Institute of Physics. Source


Yamada H.,Photon Production Laboratory Ltd. | Yamada H.,Ritsumeikan University | Minkov D.,Ritsumeikan University | Shimura Y.,Ritsumeikan University | And 6 more authors.
Journal of Synchrotron Radiation | Year: 2011

The only available tabletop electron storage rings are the machines from the MIRRORCLE series. The electrons are accelerated in a microtron and injected into the storage ring. During its circulation, each electron passes through a tiny target many times, emitting a photon beam. Both the spectrum and the angular distribution of the radiation depend on the material, the thickness and the shape of the target. In this paper measured angular distributions of the radiation from several different targets in the magnetic field of the 20 MeV storage ring MIRRORCLE-20SX are presented. The detector comprises a 3 mm × 3 mm × 8.5 μm plastic scintillator (PS) coupled to a photomultiplier by a bundle of optical fibers. The output of the photomultiplier is digitized by an IF converter. This detector is sensitive mostly to soft X-ray radiation, and its PS is moved by a mechanical system in a plane perpendicular to the radiation axis. The measured angular distributions for Mo and Sn targets contain an annulus which is attributed to transition radiation. The angular distributions for Al, carbon nanotube and diamond-like carbon (DLC) targets show some suppression of the radiation along the magnetic field. This is the first evidence of observation of the angular distribution of synchrotron Cherenkov radiation, which represents Cherenkov radiation in a magnetic field. The power radiated from the DLC target is estimated. © 2011 International Union of Crystallography. Source

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