Egyptian objects from the Kha and Merit grave goods.
Left: sealed ceramic vase investigated through neutron techniques, neutron radiography, and PGAA plot with the labels of the detected isotopes;
Right: Egyptian metallic vase (situla), neutron radiography and one of the acquired diffraction patterns
Figure published in the paper:
Sensors 2020, 20(2), 502; https://doi.org/10.3390/s20020502
Reproduced with permission from G. Romanelli, Sensors; published by MDPI, 2020.
Left: radiographic image of maltodextrin particles (x = 3.55 mm, c = 0.05 w/w) with the respective transmission scale;
Right: tomographic image of the maltodextrin particle (x = 3.55 mm, c = 0.05 w/w) at a height of 1.55 mm (red line in the left image) with the absorption scale (a.u.); the particle edge is represented by the red dotted line; the green line indicates the actual position of the drying front.
Figure published in the paper:-
Reproduced from The Review of Scientific Instruments, 01 Jan 2020, 91(1):014102, with the permission of AIP Publishing.
DOI: 10.1063/1.5126927 PMID: 32012547