By Philip F. Kane
Until relatively lately, hint research concepts have been often directed towards the selection of impurities in bulk fabrics. equipment have been constructed for terribly excessive relative sensitivity, and the values made up our minds have been common values. Sampling techniques have been devised which eradicated the so-called sampling blunders. besides the fact that, within the final decade or so, a few advancements have proven that, for plenty of reasons, the distribution of defects inside of a cloth can confer very important new homes at the fabric. probably the main impressive instance of this can be given through semiconductors; an entire new has emerged in just 20 years established fullyyt at the managed distribu tion of defects inside of what many years prior to could were considered as a natural, homogeneous crystal. different examples exist in biochemistry, metallurgy, polyiners and, in fact, catalysis. as well as this of the significance of distribution, there has additionally been a acceptance starting to be wisdom that actual defects are as vital as chemical defects. (We are, in fact, utilizing the notice illness to indicate a few dis continuity within the fabric, and never in any derogatory experience. ) This broadening of the sphere of curiosity led the fabrics Advisory Board( I} to suggest a brand new definition for the self-discipline, "Materials personality ization," to surround this wider proposal of the selection of the constitution and composition of fabrics. In characterizing a fabric, possibly an important detailed niche is the surface.
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Specimen 19 20 Chapter I transmitted from the substage mirror is reflected from the largediameter front lens back onto the specimen. This gives adequate light for bright field surface study. 4. Phase Contrast When surface detail is not readily visible because contrast is low, phase contrast is a useful means of enhancing contrast. Phase contrast enhances optical path differences and, since surface detail generally involves differences in optical path (differences in height), these differences can be made more apparent to the eye by phase contrast.
K. Kato( II) selectively stains unsaturated elastomers with osmium tetroxide. 2. Optical Staining-Parlodion Films There are a variety of ways of building up thin films on surfaces. The thin film will then show interference colors if the right thickness is attained. Furthermore, the thickness may vary from grain to grain or composition to composition and provide a color guide for phase identification. 75 % Parlodion in amyl acetate over the polished surface and allowed the specimen to drain and dry in a vertical position.