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High-speed and Large Field-of-view Imaging via X-ray Fly-scan Ptychography

  • Yi Jiang (a1), Junjing Deng (a1), Jeffrey A. Klug (a1), Yudong Yao (a1), Curt Preissner (a1), Christian Roehrig (a1), Zhonghou Cai (a1), Barry Lai (a1) and Stefan Vogt (a1)...
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High-speed and Large Field-of-view Imaging via X-ray Fly-scan Ptychography

  • Yi Jiang (a1), Junjing Deng (a1), Jeffrey A. Klug (a1), Yudong Yao (a1), Curt Preissner (a1), Christian Roehrig (a1), Zhonghou Cai (a1), Barry Lai (a1) and Stefan Vogt (a1)...

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