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microbeam

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌbiːm)
n
(Medicine) a narrow, focused X-ray beam
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[30] were led to conclude as of their X-ray microbeam studies that recovery was associated with a rearrangement of dislocations in the sub-grain boundary regions as well as with the possible progress of dislocations from the sub-grain inside to the boundaries.
A world-first study has shown that the newly developed microbeam radiation therapy (MRT) could safely deliver radiation doses up to 20 times higher than is currently standard.
(2014) Samarium-doped oxyfluoride glass-ceramic as a new fast erasable dosimetric detector material for microbeam radiation cancer therapy applications at the canadian synchrotron.
Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience has retracted the article titled "Analysis of Pull-In Instability of Geometrically Nonlinear Microbeam Using Radial Basis Artificial Neural Network Based on Couple Stress Theory" [1].
[20] designed a compact microbeam radiation therapy system using a CNT-based X-ray source.
A Bassett-type hydrothermal diamond anvil cell (HDAC) was modified so that an aqueous fluid in equilibrium with Mo[O.sub.2] could be separately analyzed by microbeam synchrotron X-ray fluorescence.
Recently, new generations of active microcantilevers have included piezoelectric materials locally attached at the microbeam with the role of sensors and/or actuators linear and nonlinear [4-9], among others.
Tabata et al., "Unique alignment and texture of biological apatite crystallites in typical calcified tissues analyzed by microbeam X-ray diffractometer system," Bone, vol.
A main source of this effect for the clamped-clamped microbeam is the mid-plane stretching.
Pakar, "Nonlinear vibration of an electrostatically actuated microbeam," Latin American Journal ofSolids and Structures, vol.
Diffraction-limited microbeam with Fresnel zone plate optics in hard x-ray regions.