Structure and Order in Coherent Diffractive Imaging

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Structure and Order in Coherent Diffractive Imaging

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Structure and Order in Coherent

Diffractive Imaging

Mark A. Pfeifer

La Trobe University

Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coherent X-ray Science


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Outline

• imaging of non-crystalline samples

• coherent x-ray diffractive imaging

• Fresnel coherent x-ray diffractive imaging

• principal

• equipment

• results

• directions in Fresnel CDI

• imaging disorder in crystalline samples

• some annoying math

• three dimensional strain mapping

• directions in Bragg CDI


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CDI background

The wave in the far field of an electron density ρ e (r),

is given by


A(Q) ∝ ρ e (r)e iQ·r dr ∝ F(ρ e (r))

Invoking the convolution theorem

I(Q) ∝ A(Q) ∗ A(Q) = F(F −1 (A(Q) ∗ A(Q)))

∝ F(ρ ∗ e(r) ⊗ ρ e (r))

The measured intensity is proportional to the Fourier

transform of the autocorr. of the electron density


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CDI background

density

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

-3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3


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CDI background

density

amplitude

7

2

6

1.5

5

4

1

3

0.5

2

0

1

0

-3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3

-0.5

-3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3


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CDI background

density

intensity

7

2

6

1.5

5

4

1

3

0.5

2

1

0

0

-3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3

-0.5

-3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3


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CDI background

autocorrelation

intensity

7

2

6

1.5

5

4

1

3

0.5

2

1

0

0

-3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3

-0.5

-3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3


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CDI developments

J.Miao,

P.Charalamous,J.Kirz,

D.Sayre, Nature 1999.

D. Shapiro, et al. Proc.

Nat. Acad. Sci. 2005


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Quick CDI Review

Consider a wavefield leaving a biological sample


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Quick CDI Review

Consider a wavefield leaving a biological sample


A question of uniqueness

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A question of uniqueness

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A question of uniqueness

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FCDI – A Unique Solution

complex illumination


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FCDI – A Unique Solution

far-field diffraction


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FCDI – A Unique Solution

high angle scatter (logarithmic scaling)

•requires minutes of acquisitions

•sample must remain stable


FCDI Geometry

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Recovered complex wavefield

Harry Quiney, Nature Physics 2006.


FCDI Experimental Geometry

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FCDI Experimental Geometry

zone plate


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FCDI Experimental Geometry

order sorting aperture

zone plate


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FCDI Experimental Geometry

order sorting aperture

zone plate

sample

SXM at 2-ID-B, Advanced Photon Source


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Malaria infected red blood cell

APS 2ID-B

2.1keV

Williams et al. Cytometry

2008


Finding a region of interest

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Fuses on integrated cicruit

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Fuses on integrated circuit

Brian Abbey, et al. APL 2008.


Fuses on integrated cicruit

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Variable zoom

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A New FCDI Microscope

Installed at APS 2-ID-B


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A New FCDI Microscope

zone plate

Installed at APS 2-ID-B


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A New FCDI Microscope

zone plate

order sorting aperture

Installed at APS 2-ID-B


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A New FCDI Microscope

zone plate

order sorting aperture

Installed at APS 2-ID-B

sample


Finding a region of interest

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Finding a region of interest

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Directions for FCDI

• biological imaging

• organelles

• strctures within un-sectioned cells

• hard condensed matter

• burried structures (nano-electronics)


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Bragg CDI

For a discrete charge distribution ρ e (r),


∫ ∑

A(Q) ∝ ρ e (r)e iQ·r dr ∝ δ(r − r n − u(r))s(r)e iQ

n

s(r)=shape function, u(r)=strain

By the convolution theorem

∫ ∑


A(Q) ∝ δ(r − r n )e iQ·r dr ⊗ s(r)e iQ·u(r) e iQ·r dr

n

∝ ∑ ∫

δ(Q − G m ) ⊗ s(r)e iQ·u(r) e iQ·r dr

m


Bragg CDI

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Diffraction from Pb crystals

Coherent diffraction

from Pb nanocrystals

APS 34ID-C


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Diffraction data

Every third slice through 3D diffraction pattern from

Pb nanocrystal.


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Shape reconstruction

250nm


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Shape reconstruction

250nm


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Phase map

250nm


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Directions in Bragg CDI

• strain from finite size/boundary effects

• strain from chemical inhomogeneity

• electrically/mechanically induced strain


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Acknowledgements

• Individuals

• Garth Williams - CXS, UM

• Brian Abbey - CXS, UM

• Ian McNulty - APS/ANL

• Jesse Clark - CXS, LTU

• Eric Hansen - CXS, LTU

• Lachlan Whitehead - CXS, UM

• Andrew Peele - CXS, LTU

• Leann Tilley - CXS, LTU

• Keith Nugent - CXS, LTU

• Ian Robinson - UCL

• Ross Harder - UCL


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Acknowledgements

• Institutions

• Centre of Excellence for Coherent X-ray

Science

• La Trobe Univrsity

• University of Oregon

• Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

• Materials Research Laboratory, University of

Illinois

• Argonne National Laboratory (UNICAT,

XOR

• US Department of Energy

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