X-ray computer Tomography (XRT / CT): Non-invasive 3D imaging of internal structures

X-ray tomography (XRT) or micro-computer tomography (μCT) is a technique to measure non-invasively and non-destructively the threedimensional (3D) structure of an object with a spatial resolution down to 1 μm and in a time scale of minutes.

Scanner with two X-ray sources to non-invasively measure the 3D structure of food products, plants, seeds, soil, etc. X-ray tomography (XRT) or micro-computer tomography (μCT) is a technique to measure non-invasively and non-destructively the threedimensional (3D) structure of an object with a spatial resolution down to 1 μm and in a time scale of minutes.

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