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microstructure

[¦mī·krō′strək·chər]
(science and technology)
The structure of an object, organism, or material as revealed by a microscope of a magnification over 10 times.
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Relationship between Dendritic Microstructures and Drawing Rate of Directionally Solidified Al-4.5% Cu Alloys, Journal of Nonferrous Metals, 17 (7): 1101-1106.
Observation and Quantification for the Microstructure. In order to confirm the effect of the added trace elements on the microstructures of the alloys, the observation and quantification for the optical microstructure were carried out.
Commercially available surface profile measurement instruments, such as scanning electron microscopes (SEMs), optical profilers, and atomic force microscopes (AFMs), encounter unsolvable difficulties in the surface profile measurement of microstructures [15-21].
These coarsened microstructures could be improved by optimizing the parameters of PWHT in the future.
G' and G" of slick-water with different microstructures of the drag reducer were measured at various constant frequencies by using the rheological module of the HAAKE MARS III rheometer (Thermo Scientific, Germany).
The microstructure consists of soft regions of entangled chains and hard regions of lamellae or spherulites anchored to nanoparticle nucleating agents.
This approach enables microstructure characterization, analyzation and mechanical testing unlike FEM simulations.
According to the company, MicroCor system is a clinical-stage platform technology utilising dissolving microstructures (also referred to as microneedles or microprotusions) for the safe, effective and convenient transdermal delivery of small molecules and biologics.
Skeletal microstructures of hyoliths from the Early Cambrian of Siberia.
1: Figure depicts the microstructures with diffractive surface structures