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Microscopy techniques for materials science
Part 1 Basic principles: Interaction of EM radiation with materials Digital imaging and processing. Part 2 2D Optical reflection and confocal laser scanning microscopy: 2D Optical reflectionExpand
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Automated reconstruction of curvilinear fibres from 3D datasets acquired by X‐ray microtomography
The characterization of fibrous structures is important in both composites and textiles research for relating to the bulk properties of the material. However, the microscopic nature of the fibres andExpand
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Other microscopy techniques
To probe the structure of atoms, Rutherford suggested to his graduate students, Geiger and Marsden, an investigation on the scattering of energetic alpha particles by thin metal foils. When theyExpand
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An automated ultrasonic immersion technique for the determination of three-dimensional elastic constants of polymer composites
Abstract An automated, ultrasonic immersion system based upon an original National Physics Laboratory design has been built and evaluated. Ultrasonic transducers operating at a frequency of 2.25 MHzExpand
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X. Abstract of the results of the comparisons of the standards of length of England, France, Belgium, Prussia, Russia, India, Australia, made at the ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
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The principal triangnlation of the United Kingdom was finished in 1851; and the triangulations of. France, Belgium, Prussia, and Russia were so far advanced in 1860 that, if connected, we should haveExpand
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II. Abstract of the results of the comparisons of the standards of length of England, France, Belgium, Prussia, Russia, India, Australia, made at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
In the preface to this paper, Sir Henry James gives an account of the circumstances under which the work was undertaken, as follows. (A Table of results is appended, p. 313.) The principalExpand
Complementary optical and EM imaging techniques
‘Concerning the nature of light … use the corpuscular theory on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and the undulatory theory on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday’
2D optical reflection microscopy
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