micrograph


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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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Figure 5b is an optical florescence micrograph of the liposomes encapsulating florescent dye flowing through the channel with a vacuum pressure of 5 cm Hg measured at the pump.
This was accomplished by superimposing a calibrated grid onto the micrograph with the same location origin across micrographs.
At the six locations of each ingot short listed, SEM micrographs were taken and a few examples are shown in figure (2a) to figure (2c).
Transmission electron micrograph showing a portion of cytoplasmic hepatocyte of control mouse fetus demonstrating the relationship of the normal rough endoplasmic reticulum surfaced (R) with ribosomes, mitochondria (M), polyribosomes (P), vacuoles (V) and glycogen grains (G).
Figure 5 shows the SEM micrographs of PP/PANI/ MWNT composites1 cross-section with the first method with the magnification of 100 times.
We monitored cells daily and documented growth with phase-contrast micrographs.
EM micrograph of follicular cell showing typical intercellular junctional complex with tight junction (T), desmosome (D).
This has been seen for the first time in Erbe's micrographs.
The nature of the nodule in the micrograph made before buffing, which is transformed into a hole after one buffing, can be ascertained with AES.
A micrograph of the 50/50 blend displays two cocontinuous components and the 25/75 blend has an inverted particulate morphology, i.e., the dispersed RTPP particles in the ABS matrix.
Caption: Figure 1: CLSM micrograph showing the Vickers impressions on the surface of the etched AZ91D alloy.
Figures 13 and 14 present the optical micrograph and SEM images of the Cu-0.9Hf alloy after aging at 450[degrees]C for 10 min, 60 min, and 300 min, respectively.