micrograph


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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 obtained micrographs were then analyzed in order to study the influence of SLT on the corneal endothelium.
Optical micrographs were obtained to show the failure modes of the FDS joints in specimens with and without clearance hole.
The micrographs of samples were acquired in SEM model Hitachi-Su1500 at the operating voltage of 5 KV.
The main explanation is the limitation of interpreting all the membrane pores visualized in a single micrograph obtained with a sufficient magnification to capture all the membrane thickness.
Jorden Manasse, a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Veterinary Medicine's Department of Pathobiological Sciences, for her micrograph of a stained cholelith or gall bladder stone in a golden lion tamarin.
Electron micrograph images reveal that untreated seeds vary significantly from seeds that have been stored and reheated, but both are capable of germination.
Figure 5a is an optical micrograph of the fluid channel in the PDMS taken looking down on the device.
Frequency: indicated what percentage of the rings present in the micrograph were affected by some kind of damage.
In the same month, the company took over the CAD activities of Italian market leader, Milan-based Micrograph (CI No 3,506), and in September it increased its share in another Italian firm, Channel srl, also from Milan, from 51% to 100%.
2] particles in each of the micrograph taken for six locations of each ingot were arrived at and tabulated in table (2).