Femtosecond Imaging of Single Particles and Molecules Using X-ray Free-Electron Lasers

Martin, A and Loh, D 2018, 'Femtosecond Imaging of Single Particles and Molecules Using X-ray Free-Electron Lasers' in Xinyi Zhang (ed.) Synchrotron Radiation Applications, World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 597-643.


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Title Femtosecond Imaging of Single Particles and Molecules Using X-ray Free-Electron Lasers
Author(s) Martin, A
Loh, D
Year 2018
Title of book Synchrotron Radiation Applications
Publisher World Scientific
Place of publication Singapore
Editor(s) Xinyi Zhang
Start page 597
End page 643
Subjects Condensed Matter Imaging
Summary X-ray free-electron lasers provide a greatly increased peak intensity on femtosecond time scales, opening up new opportunities to study the structure and dynamics of nanoparticles, viruses and biological macromolecules. These opportunities are being realized with new crystallography techniques to study nanoscale periodic samples and with coherent diffractive imaging techniques to study non-periodic samples. This chapter provides an introduction to coherent diffractive imaging techniques, a review of its applications and development at synchrotron sources, and finally a survey of the first imaging and crystallography results from X-ray laser experiments.
Copyright notice Copyright © 2018 by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
Keyword(s) Coherent diffractive imaging
x-ray free-electron laser
phase retrieval
serial femtosecond crystallography
x-ray holography
ptychography
tomography
single particle imaging
DOI - identifier 10.1142/9789813227675_0014
ISBN 9789813227668
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