Peerless probing into the micro world

James Marrow, Brian Derby

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    Studying materials microstructures is extremely important. They form a vital link in the processing/properties/structure inter-relationship that is at the heart of materials science. To further improve probing into the micro world, UMIST and the University of Manchester are using the Internet to provide a hands-on educational resource otherwise unavailable to students. The venture, the Internet Microscope, is a teaching resource to help students learn about microstructures, an image library that attempts to reproduce most of the features of a real microscope.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)20-21
    Number of pages1
    JournalMaterials World
    Issue number7
    Publication statusPublished - 2000


    • Composites
    • Computers
    • Optical imaging devices (peerless probing into micro world)
    • Aluminum alloy (Aluminum alloy) Role: PRP (Properties) (peerless probing into micro world)
    • Internet microscope computer image library steel
    • aluminum alloy computer image library Internet microscope
    • composite computer image library Internet microscope


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