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Industrial applications often require failure analysis methods working non-destructively, enabling either a rapid quality control or fault isolation and defect localization prior to detailed defect investigation requiring target preparation. Scanning acoustic microscopy in the frequency range above 100 MHz provides high axial and lateral resolution, a(More)
The Scanning Acoustic Microscope (SAM) is used to image mechanical structure and to measure the sound velocity in micrometers of in vitro samples from human bone. A similar principle is used in confocal laser scanning microscopy. The same sample is imaged by both methods and the results compared. We concentrated on the SAM, the function of which is(More)
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