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Information the instrumentation and underlying rules for usage of electron microscopy within the production, car, semiconductor, photographic movie, pharmaceutical, chemical, mineral, forensic, glass, and pulp and paper industries.
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The use of soft caliper platens (21) yields a smaller thickness, but it will not likely be as small as the two-dimensional profile exposed in cross section. 5% higher for calendered sheets. Therefore, caution is advised when reporting paper thickness from cross sections. Paper polishing with modified metallographic polishing methods was described by Gibbon et al. (23). Papers samples may have to be taken through a dehydration sequence prior to resin exchange, depending on their moisture content.
The darker regions in (b) are identified as a NMTP. these disks from the noncarburized surface (back side) produced planar samples of the carburized surface that were examined in the TEM. Samples ground and electropolished from both sides allowed examination of the subsurface martensite (approximately 150 m beneath the surface). Figure 23a shows a typical TEM micrograph of the carburized surface. In addition to numerous oxides present, both on prior austenite grain boundaries and within grains, a fine lamellar structure is also present.
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