MIT researchers have found a phenomenon that might lead to more compact, tunable X-ray devices made of graphene.
David L. Chandler | MIT News Office
November 23, 2015
The most widely used technology for producing X-rays – used in everything from medical and dental imaging, to testing for cracks in industrial materials – has remained essentially the same for more than a century. But based on a new analysis by researchers at MIT and in Singapore, that might potentially change in the next few years.
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