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The Maia Detector Journey: Development, Capabilities and Applications

  • C G Ryan (a1), D P Siddons (a2), R Kirkham (a1), A J Kuczewski (a2), P A Dunn (a1), G De Geronimo (a2), A. Dragone (a2), Z Y Li (a2), G F Moorhead (a1), M Jensen (a1), D J Paterson (a3), M D de Jonge (a3), D L Howard (a3), R Dodanwela (a1), G A Carini (a2), R Beuttenmuller (a2), D Pinelli (a2), L Fisher (a1), R M Hough (a1), A Pagès (a1), S A James (a3) and P Davey (a1)...
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[1] Ryan, C G, et al Journal of Physics: Conference Series 499 (2014) 012002.
[2] Kirkham, R, et al AIP Conference series 1234 (2010) 240-243.
[3] Siddons, D P, et al Journal of Physics: Conference Series 499 (2014) 012001.
[4] Siddons, D P, et al 2006 IEEE Medical Imaging Conf. 2, 4179111, (2007) 725.
[5] Ryan, C G, et al AIP Conference Proc. 1221 (2010) 9.
[6] Ryan, C G, et al, Nucl. Instr. Meth A 619 2010 37.
[7] Paterson, D, et al AIP Conf. Proc. 1365 (2011) 219.
[8] Boesenberg, U, et al, J. Synchrotron Rad 23 2016 1550.
[9] Ryan, C G, et al J. Instrumentation, in press.
[10] Ryan, C G, et al Proc. SPIE 8851, X-Ray Nanoimaging (2014) 88510Q.
[11] Lombi, E, et al, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 400 2011 1637.
[12] Etschmann, B, et al, Environmental Chemistry 11 2014 341.
[13] Boesenberg, U, et al J. Synchrotron Rad., in press.
[14] Work performed at the XFM beamline of the Australian Synchrotron and supported by the CSIRO Science and Industry Endowment Fund.

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