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micrograph

[′mī·krə‚graf]
(engineering)
An instrument for making very tiny writing or engraving.
(graphic arts)
A graphic reproduction of the surface of a prepared specimen at a magnification greater than 10 diameters.
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The MiniVid Camera is an all-in-one eyepiece camera that easily attaches to any brand of microscope for instant video micrography and provides crisp, clear images in an instant.
Some recall the figure-poems of early manuscripts and others meditative exercises such as micrography.
Studies about micrography of ductile irons, The 13th International Symposium on Metallography --Metallography 2007, 2-4 May 2007, Kosice, Slovakia, ISSN 1335-1532, Acta Metalurgica Slovaca, Rocnik 13, pp.
Specimen clearing and staining, examination and illustration techniques, and preparation for electron micrography, follow Saeed et al.
A micrography analysis was performed during the trial and didn't reveal any significant differences in the microstructures of AZ91E precision sand and V-Process castings.
This month the subject under review is scanning electron micrography, which creates very highly magnified pictures.
What's more, he notes, electron bombardment of small-scale chips during scanning-electron micrography can itself damage some of their more sensitive devices.
Agfa develops, manufactures and markets analog and digital systems, intended mainly for the graphics industry, healthcare, non-destructive testing, micrography, cine film and photography.
The fractured surfaces were sputter-coated with gold before the SEM micrography was taken.
Micrography is a technique that creates art out of the words that tell the story of that specific image.
Abramowitz: I am hoping to begin revising my books on fluorescence and photomicrography, with greater emphasis on digital micrography, mathematical deconvolution, and confocal fluorescence microscopy.