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microcopy

[′mī·krō‚käp·ē]
(graphic arts)
A photographic reproduction that is too small to be read without magnification.
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National Archives Microfilm Publications, 1963), microcopy 488, Record Group 59 (hereafter USDS-Cuba), rl.
SEM images were obtained on 'low vacuum SEM' Leo 435 VP (Cambridge, England) at National Facilities of Electron Microcopy, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.
The clinical value of fecal leukocyte testing, either by microcopy or chemically, is unclear.
They can therefore be used with confidence in transmission electron microcopy with beam energies of 100 kV and above.
Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi, Microcopy No.
Contract Awarded for construction of electron microcopy building
Shirley Owens, of the Michigan State University Center for Advanced Microcopy, and an image of differentiating neuronal cells by Dr.
32) report a primary sphere size of about 100 nm based on scanning electron microcopy of the smoke from the burning wells in Kuwait.
Scanning electron microcopy of fracture surfaces of the neat PS showed that there is a degraded layer near the surface which provided a recovery of tensile strength.
In this study, we have combined uniaxial tensile tests, fracture mechanics experiments and several microcopy techniques to gain a deeper characterization of the failure behavior of polypropylene copolymer automatic hot gas welded joints processed at three different welding temperatures.
The quality of replication was evaluated using scanning electron microcopy (SEM) (Hitachi SEM S-4300), optical profilometry (Veeco Wyko NT1100 Optical Profilometer), and stylus-based mechanical profilometry (Veeco Dektak Series 3 stylus profiler).