Tomographic diffractive imaging for nanoscience and biology

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Abstract

Progress in the lensless reconstruction of aberration-free three-dimensional images from microdiffraction electron and X-ray diffraction patterns is reviewed. The hybrid input-output algorithm of Fienup has been successful recently in phasing both experimental X-ray and electron diffraction patterns from isolated nanostructures, including a single nanotube. The use of iterative phasing methods is proposed to reduce the number of HREM images needed at high tilts for cryomicroscopy of proteins. A new iterative algorithm has been described which does not require an independent estimate of the boundary of the unknown object.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationInstitute of Physics Conference Series
EditorsS. McVitie, D. McComb
Pages9-16
Number of pages8
Volume179
StatePublished - 2004
EventElectron Microscopy and Analysis 2003 - Proceedings of the Institute of Physics Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference - Oxford, United Kingdom
Duration: Sep 3 2003Sep 5 2003

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OtherElectron Microscopy and Analysis 2003 - Proceedings of the Institute of Physics Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityOxford
Period9/3/039/5/03

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biology
diffraction patterns
aberration
nanotubes
x rays
electron diffraction
proteins
output
estimates
diffraction
electrons

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Spence, J. (2004). Tomographic diffractive imaging for nanoscience and biology. In S. McVitie, & D. McComb (Eds.), Institute of Physics Conference Series (Vol. 179, pp. 9-16)

Tomographic diffractive imaging for nanoscience and biology. / Spence, John.

Institute of Physics Conference Series. ed. / S. McVitie; D. McComb. Vol. 179 2004. p. 9-16.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Spence, J 2004, Tomographic diffractive imaging for nanoscience and biology. in S McVitie & D McComb (eds), Institute of Physics Conference Series. vol. 179, pp. 9-16, Electron Microscopy and Analysis 2003 - Proceedings of the Institute of Physics Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom, 9/3/03.
Spence J. Tomographic diffractive imaging for nanoscience and biology. In McVitie S, McComb D, editors, Institute of Physics Conference Series. Vol. 179. 2004. p. 9-16
Spence, John. / Tomographic diffractive imaging for nanoscience and biology. Institute of Physics Conference Series. editor / S. McVitie ; D. McComb. Vol. 179 2004. pp. 9-16
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