1928: Mickey Mouse made his first ever appearance in silent film Plane
1928: The short silent cartoon film Plane
Crazy sees the debut of the character Mickey Mouse.
Further increase of [[lambda].sub.TD] introduces a preferred orientation direction in the films (unbalanced orientation in film plane
) giving rise to nonzero in-plane birefringence and lower time for the birefringence kick off upon annealing.
Figures 1(b)-1(e) show magnetization curves of the films with x = 0, 0.10, 0.20, and 0.30, measured by the VSM with a maximum field of 18 kOe applied perpendicular ([perpendicular to], dashed line) and parallel (//, solid line) to the film plane
at 298 K.
In contrast, as the Fe layer thickness was decreased, the intensity ratio changed gradually from 3:4:1:1:4:3 to 3:0:1:1:0:3, which is expected for the case in which the magnetization is oriented perpendicularly to the film plane
. The magnetization in a thin film is typically oriented in the plane because of the shape anisotropy.
Figure 1(b) shows a high-resolution HAADF-STEM image of a 10 nm sized [L1.sub.0] CoPt nanoparticle with the c-axis oriented normal to the film plane
. Fast Fourier transform (FFT) pattern is also shown in the inset.
The film plane
should be as parallel with the long axes of the maxillary teeth as is practical.
Once in the development stage, make sure the developer has had the proper warm up time of approximately 30 minutes and then verify the developer "film plane
" temperature (what the film actually sees going through the developer).
The camera attached to his Jaegers 4 1/8-inch f/15 objective had a neutral-density 4.0 filter covering half the film plane
. Thus, a single exposure recorded a filtered view of the bright solar crescent and an unfiltered view of the Moon's opposite limb.
The Queen's head projects about 600 mm in front of the film plane
. Two displays have been produced, one for permanent display at the Jersey Museum (where it was unveiled by Prince Charles in June of this year), the other currently on display at the Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace.
Mount the camera on a tripod with the film plane
parallel to the impression.