microradiograph


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microradiograph

[¦mī·krō′rād·ē·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
An enlarged radiographic image on photographic film produced either by increasing the distance from specimen to photographic plate to secure inherent enlargement of divergent x-ray beams, or by optical enlargement of a developed image.
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Care was necessary to keep the sample exactly perpendicular to the wheel so that no bevel could form and cause a false mineral density gradient in the x-ray microradiograph.
Microradiographs were performed on KODAK professional Industrex SR45 film (100NIF) on a faxitron X-ray System (Hewlett-Packard, San Diego, Calif.
The cut section photographs and microradiographs were scanned into a computer.
The images of the microradiographs were digitized and further processed using Adobe Photoshop and Scan Maker software.