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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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As consequence, these micrographs of samples immersed for 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 20 minutes, and 50 minutes are not presented throughout the text.
Figure 10 shows the optical micrographs of solid-solution-treated Cu-0.15Hf, Cu-0.4Hf, and Cu-0.9Hf alloys.
Comparison between cultures in aerophilic media (top micrographs) and microaerophilic media (bottom micrographs) in the apical tooth portion after 30 days of incubation.
Micrographs were screened by transmission electron microscope JEOL JEM1230.
However, as the ethylene flowrate was raised further to 100 sccm, relatively longer nanotubes with outer tube diameter in the range of 20 to 25 nm were seen in the SEM micrographs (Figure 6(c)).
The mean endothelial cell density (ECD) in the central cornea, pleomorphism, and polymegathism were evaluated using micrographs taken on a confocal microscope (Confoscan 4 Nidek).
Optical micrographs were obtained to show the failure modes of the FDS joints in specimens with and without clearance hole.
The micrographs of samples were acquired in SEM model Hitachi-Su1500 at the operating voltage of 5 KV.
The obtained micrographs were further interpreted with specific computational software to obtain the main numerical membrane morphological parameters: pore number and pore size distribution, pore density, porosity, membrane asymmetry, membrane regularity, and tortuosity.
The side surface of these fracture samples are scanned under optical microscope and the micrographs of these samples are shown in Figure 1.
Short bursts of introductory text are followed by illustrations, light micrographs, electron micrographs, and line drawings to elucidate the key points of histology without unnecessary detail.