microimage


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microimage

[′mī·krō‚im·ij]
(computer science)
A single image stored on a microform medium.

microimage

In micrographics, any photographic image of information that is too small to be read without magnification.
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A scanning electron microscopy (Hitachi S4800, SEM, Japan) was employed to characterize the microimages and particle size of the samples.
This guideline describes the mechanics of filing and retrieving active paper records, magnetic media, and microimage media.
Summit, NJ 07901 Tel: 908-598-1140, Fax: 908-598-1160 See Advertisement on Page 19 KAPPA opto-electronics Inc., Monrovia, CA Laser-View Technologies, Inc., Aston, PA Melles Griot, Carlsbad, CA Micro-VU Corp., Windsor, CA MicroImage Video Systems, A Division of World Video Sales Co., Inc., Boyertown, PA Mitutoyo America Corporation, Aurora, IL Navitar, Inc., Rochester, NY Nissen World Inc., ENGG, Southampton, NJ OMNITECH Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc., Lynchburg, VA Optical Gaging Products, Inc.
(LDI), Minneapolis, MN Lenox Instrument Co., Inc., Trevose, PA Melles Griot, Laser Group, Carlsbad, CA Micro-VU Corp., Windsor, CA MicroImage Video Systems, A Division of World Video Sales Co., Inc., Boyertown, PA Mitutoyo America Corp., Aurora, IL Navitar, Inc., Rochester, NY NJM/CLI Packaging Systems, Lebanon, NH OGP (Optical Gaging Products, Inc.), Rochester, NY OMNITECH Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc., Lynchburg, VA Optical Gaging Products, Inc.
MicroImage Video Systems, Box 331, Boyertown, PA 19512.
The microimages obtained were used to detect any damage in starch granules and to define their forms.
The particle size obtained from microimages (SEM/TEM) has showed 300-350 nm (SEM) [7] and 20-25 (TEM) [4].
2a), aided with a geographic information system (GIS, TNT-Lite, Microimages, Inc.).
However, the most important result obtained from optical microimages is the completely uniform distribution of dye molecules in the fiber, indicating the efficiency of melt blending and compatibilization processes which lead to a good distribution of PET domains within PP matrix, as was previously discussed (see Figure 3).
This medical reference features a wealth of color surgical photos, color microimages, b&w and color medical images, and b&w anatomical illustrations.
The book contains b&w photos, microimages, and illustrations.