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Title: Mobile X-Ray Toolkit v. 1.0.x


XTK Mobile is a software application for acquiring and processing digital images. XTK Mobile runs on mobile phones and tablets running iOS and Android operating systems.

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  1. Sandia National Laboratories
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Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)
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XTK Mobile; 004950MLTPL00
SCR #2097
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United States

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Gilbert, Christine, Gallegos, Matthew, Eldridge, Bryce, Rael, Reymundo, and Monda, Mark. Mobile X-Ray Toolkit v. 1.0.x. Computer software. Vers. 00. USDOE. 14 Jul. 2016. Web.
Gilbert, Christine, Gallegos, Matthew, Eldridge, Bryce, Rael, Reymundo, & Monda, Mark. (2016, July 14). Mobile X-Ray Toolkit v. 1.0.x (Version 00) [Computer software].
Gilbert, Christine, Gallegos, Matthew, Eldridge, Bryce, Rael, Reymundo, and Monda, Mark. Mobile X-Ray Toolkit v. 1.0.x. Computer software. Version 00. July 14, 2016.
title = {Mobile X-Ray Toolkit v. 1.0.x, Version 00},
author = {Gilbert, Christine and Gallegos, Matthew and Eldridge, Bryce and Rael, Reymundo and Monda, Mark},
abstractNote = {XTK Mobile is a software application for acquiring and processing digital images. XTK Mobile runs on mobile phones and tablets running iOS and Android operating systems.},
doi = {},
year = 2016,
month = 7,
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