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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Zoology graduate student Hilary Bultman for her micrograph of thyme plant floral trichromes.
Figure 8 shows SEM micrograph and EDS spectrum of the cross section of W-coated C/C composite after heat treatment.
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.
Bernhardt more than meets his stated goal of creating a book that is evocative of earlier nature writers such as James Berry and Harriet Keeler, while including updated information about structures and chemicals that these earlier writers in pre-electron micrograph days could never have dreamed of.
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%.
Core Scalability Figure 18 3-bit/cell NAND Flash Program Time Figure 19 Die micrograph of Hynix 32Gb 8LC NAND Flash Memory Figure 20 Pass Bit Detector Figure 21 Smart Blind Program Figure 22 Start Bias Controlled Program Figure 23 SanDisk/Toshiba 32nm 32Gb 3-bit/cell NAND Flash Die Micrograph Figure 24 Program Inhibit Figure 25 Schematic view of row decoder Figure 26 String Organization Figure 27 Endurance properties Figure 28 Current Degradation due to Series Resistance List of Tables Table 1 Features Summary of SanDisk/Toshiba 56nm 16Gb 3-bit/cell NAND Flash Memory Table 2 ABL vs.
A mouse's optic nerve glows in a rainbow of colors in this micrograph.
The content of the training: Training ENGEL micrograph, ENGEL Microplast, ENGEL autoprotect, freely programmable machine operations and practical exercises (setting freely programmable operations, service programs under production conditions).
While CTBN cavities (17-22) are almost invisible in the micrograph (A) of the non-encapsulated system, they can be easily found in the micrograph (B) of the encapsulated system.