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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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Apart from the micrographs of side surface for these FNCT fracture samples, the overview of the top surface for these fracture samples were also recorded and these micrographs are shown in Figure 3.
Figure 5 shows the SEM micrographs of PP/PANI/ MWNT composites1 cross-section with the first method with the magnification of 100 times.
Figure 8 shows SEM micrograph and EDS spectrum of the cross section of W-coated C/C composite after heat treatment.
Before transplantation, the diabetic patients had significantly reduced corneal sensitivity and significantly lower nerve fiber density, nerve branch density, and nerve fiber length on corneal confocal micrographs, compared with 18 individuals without neuropathy (average age, 55).
2005) provided micrographs of fluorescent polystyrene particles taken up by macrophages (Figure 3) or red blood cells (Figure 4).
The text is enhanced by electron micrographs of representative agents, photographs of rodent reservoirs in their native habitat, maps of geographic distributions, and schematic representations of genome organization and replication strategies.
40,000 time lapse recordings, still micrographs and text annotations from over 300,000 microinjection experiments, is now freely accessible at http://www.
These were calculated by analyzing five micrographs randomly taken at low magnification for each specimen.
The change in morphology as a function of ethylene content for a series of stereo-regular copolymers is revealed by the polarized optical micrographs shown in figure 10c.
The dipole moment is derived from the ground state absorption and the QD areal density, which was determined from transmission electron micrographs generated by collaborators at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
The heart of the book is its 330 high quality light micrographs.
Rotating samples in this new holder between each observation and recording yields a series of micrographs that provides a 360-degree view of an object or specimen.