Beamlines of the biomedical imaging and therapy facility at the Canadian Light Source - Part 2

T.W. Wysokinski, D. Chapman, G. Adams, M. Renier, P. Suortti, W. Thomlinson

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The BioMedical Imaging and Therapy (BMIT) facility provides a world class facility with unique synchrotron-specific imaging and therapy capabilities. This paper describes Insertion Device (ID) beamline 05ID-2 with the beam terminated in the first experimental hutch: POE-2. The experimental methods available in POE-2 include: Microbeam Radiation Therapy (MRT), Synchrotron Stereotactic Radiation Therapy (SSRT) and absorption imaging (projection and Computed Tomography (CT)). The source for the ID beamline is a multi-pole superconductive 4.3 T wiggler, which can generate ∼30 kW of radiative power and deliver dose as high as 3000 Gy/s required for MRT program. The optics in POE-1 hutch prepares either monochromatic or filtered white beam that is used in POE-2. The Double Crystal (DC), bent Laue monochromator will prepare a beam over 10 cm wide at sample point, while spanning an energy range appropriate for imaging studies of animals (20-100+ keV). The experimental hutch will have a flexible positioning system that can handle subjects up to 120 kg. Several different cameras will be available with resolutions ranging from 4 μm to 150 μm. The latest update on the status of 05B1-1 bending magnet (BM) beamline, described in Part 1 [1], is also included. © 2013 IOP Publishing Ltd.
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Vuosikerta425
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Wysokinski, T.W. ; Chapman, D. ; Adams, G. ; Renier, M. ; Suortti, P. ; Thomlinson, W. / Beamlines of the biomedical imaging and therapy facility at the Canadian Light Source - Part 2. Julkaisussa: Journal of Physics : Conference Series. 2013 ; Vuosikerta 425, Nro PART 7.
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