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Translucent 3D visualization of the B (55-yr male) coronary artery.  (a) Native artery. The vertical direction is the longitudinal direction and the field of view is 6.4 x 6.4 x 3.9 mm3. This rendering shows the sample holder, artery wall and calcifications.

(b) Bypass artery. The field of view is 6.4 x 6.4 x 6.8 mm3. This rendering shows a calcification in the bypass artery within the sample holder.
4 Rendered views of (a) BT-93 and (b) Sb2O3 concetrations as obtained from a constrained least-squares fit to tomography images acquired at 7 different x-ray energies. The colorbars are in units of vol%.
Three-dimensional rendering of an unconsolidated sand(transparent brown) and entrapped nonwetting phase(red). These images were obtained at the APS and the reolution for this system was 8.6 miron.

 



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