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Utilization of Computed Tomography and Laser Spectroscopy for 3D High Resolution Mapping

Originální název

Utilization of Computed Tomography and Laser Spectroscopy for 3D High Resolution Mapping

Anglický název

Utilization of Computed Tomography and Laser Spectroscopy for 3D High Resolution Mapping

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en

Originální abstrakt

The simultaneous utilization of analytical techniques, Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) and X-Ray Computed micro-Tomography (µCT), proved to be powerful in visualizing the sample structure together with chemical mapping. The relative simplicity of the LIBS and µCT techniques makes their synergy very attractive for a large variety of applications. Their capability to provide 3D high resolution mapping was verified for the use in i) clinical research and ii) geology. Firstly we demonstrated the 3D visualization capabilities in the analysis of soft tissues. Special emphasis was given to provide the distribution of Gd nanoparticles administered in murine organs. Thus, this combination enables a novel analytical approach how to quickly visualize and recognize different elements in soft tissues and can in turn induce a significant breakthrough in clinical research. In the second application, the simultaneous application of LIBS and µCT was tested for 3D visualization of Pt distribution in selected mineral. In both applications, the resulting µCT scans and LIBS chemical maps were successfully combined to prepare 3D chemical map of the sample together with its structure.

Anglický abstrakt

The simultaneous utilization of analytical techniques, Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) and X-Ray Computed micro-Tomography (µCT), proved to be powerful in visualizing the sample structure together with chemical mapping. The relative simplicity of the LIBS and µCT techniques makes their synergy very attractive for a large variety of applications. Their capability to provide 3D high resolution mapping was verified for the use in i) clinical research and ii) geology. Firstly we demonstrated the 3D visualization capabilities in the analysis of soft tissues. Special emphasis was given to provide the distribution of Gd nanoparticles administered in murine organs. Thus, this combination enables a novel analytical approach how to quickly visualize and recognize different elements in soft tissues and can in turn induce a significant breakthrough in clinical research. In the second application, the simultaneous application of LIBS and µCT was tested for 3D visualization of Pt distribution in selected mineral. In both applications, the resulting µCT scans and LIBS chemical maps were successfully combined to prepare 3D chemical map of the sample together with its structure.

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@misc{BUT153347,
  author="Pavel {Pořízka} and Tomáš {Zikmund} and Markéta {Tesařová} and David {Prochazka} and Jan {Novotný} and Jozef {Kaiser}",
  title="Utilization of Computed Tomography and Laser Spectroscopy for 3D High Resolution Mapping",
  annote="The simultaneous utilization of analytical techniques, Laser-Induced Breakdown
Spectroscopy (LIBS) and X-Ray Computed micro-Tomography (µCT), proved to be powerful
in visualizing the sample structure together with chemical mapping. The relative simplicity
of the LIBS and µCT techniques makes their synergy very attractive for a large variety
of applications. Their capability to provide 3D high resolution mapping was verified
for the use in i) clinical research and ii) geology.
 Firstly we demonstrated the 3D visualization capabilities in the analysis of soft tissues.
Special emphasis was given to provide the distribution of Gd nanoparticles administered
in murine organs. Thus, this combination enables a novel analytical approach how to quickly
visualize and recognize different elements in soft tissues and can in turn induce a significant
breakthrough in clinical research. In the second application, the simultaneous application
of LIBS and µCT was tested for 3D visualization of Pt distribution in selected mineral.
In both applications, the resulting µCT scans and LIBS chemical maps were successfully
combined to prepare 3D chemical map of the sample together with its structure.",
  booktitle="Sborník 21. Slovensko-České spektroskopické konference",
  chapter="153347",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="51--51",
  type="abstract"
}