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microbeam

[′mī·krō‚bēm]
(electromagnetism)
An x-ray beam with submicrometer dimensions.
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Homaei, "Analysis of pull-in instability of geometrically nonlinear microbeam using radial basis artificial neural network based on couple stress theory," Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, vol.
Laganis et al., "A first generation compact microbeam radiation therapy system based on carbon nanotube X-ray technology," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
A horizontal X-ray microbeam passes through the fluid-filled recess in the diamond anvil above the Re gasket.
Double-Span Microbeam with Material and Geometric Discontinuities
Turner and Andrews [17] used the perturbation method to obtain an approximation for the nonlinear resonance frequency of a microbeam. They modeled the problem by using a spring mass model, and they included a cubic restoring force to represent the mid-plane stretching.
In addition, the strength of signal observed at such a small spatial scale could be the result of analyzing pooled larvae in solution, because this method serves to increase the limits of detection of elemental species compared with microbeam assays, such as laser ablation ICP MS (Campana 1999).
Dunnell, "Understanding post-depositional processes through electron microbeam analysis of archaeological bone from Se Missouri," Materials Research Society Proceedings, vol.
Subsurface samples pulled up by a meter-long drill and dumped into sample cups carried by a carousel are to be examined by a laser Raman spectrometer called the Mars Microbeam Raman Spectrometer, or MMRS.
Hardening of aged duplex stainless steels by spinodal decomposition, Microscopy and microanalysis the official journal of Microscopy Society of America Microbeam Analysis Society Microscopical Society of Canada 10(3): 349-354.
It is not an overstatement that microbeam PIXE is the only technique that offers ppm elemental sensitivities with high quantitative accuracy at spatial resolutions smaller than cell dimensions [18, 19].
Abu-Salih, "Analysis of electromechanical buckling of a prestressed microbeam that is bonded to an elastic foundation," Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures, vol.