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  • Inverted microscope refitted for the testing of epoxy coating debonding induced by indenters on the glass substrates
    A Vicker M55 inverted microscope (Vickers Instrument , U.K.) with a stage up ward at the top is refitted for normal indentation and scratch indentation tes-. ts of epoxy coating debonding induced by indenters of tungsten carbide (%c) spheres and cones on �
  • Summarized proceedings of a conference on electron microscopy Bangor, September 1957
    In his second paper, Mr. Page described how the Metropolitan- Vickers type EM3 microscope may be adapted for use as a reflexion instrument with an angle of beam deviation as high as 26.5'(*) (Fig. 1,p. 319).
  • An electron diffraction instrument
    The development of this instrument has followed closely that of the Metropolitan- Vickers E.M.3 electron microscope and in fact many of the components are interchangeable.
  • Advanced Engineering Materials III
    Surface morphology, microhardness and interfacial adhesion of the coatings were characterized by scanning electron microscope equipped with energy dispersive spectrometer, vicker microhardness meter and WS-92 scrape instrument , respectively.
  • Mechanical and Electrical Technology IV
    The blanking pieces were separated on wire cutting machine and tested their micro-hardness by Vickers -micro hardness instrument MH-6, recorded data and photographed by scanning electron microscope (JSM-6360LV) to acquire the microscopic topography photos[5].
  • A stereoscopic technique for use with an electron microscope
    Metropolitan- Vickers Type EM2 microscope and major alterations would have to be made to the specimen stage of this instrument before such techniques could be used.
  • Demonstration of the Vickers' projection microscope
    THEnew model Vickers� Projection Microscope has been evolved in the research laboratory of Messrs Vickers -Armstrongs Limited, Erith, with the object of pro- ducing an instrument possessing numerous valuable features which are not ob- tainable with microscopes and metallographs generally. . b .
  • Electron optics and electron microscopy
    In 1937 Martin, Whelpton and Parnum described in its columns the first electron micro- scope built in this country (by Metropolitan- Vickers Ltd), just five years after Knoll and Ruska�s original publications on the instrument (see Mulvey 1962, 1973).
  • Instrumental factors
    In 1937 Martin, Whelpton and Parnum described in its columns the first electron micro- scope built in this country (by Metropolitan- Vickers Ltd), just five years after Knoll and Ruska�s original publications on the instrument (see Mulvey 1962, 1973).
  • Gold?Related Sulfide Mineralization and Ore Genesis of the Penjom Gold Deposit, Pahang, Malaysia
    Specimens of the core sample were pre- pared for petrography and ore microscopy (Jenalab model, Carl Zeiss polarizing microscope, Carl Zeiss, Germany), Vicker �s microhardness (VHN; 6758 � � Philips, UK), scanning electron microscope (SEM; Stereoscan 200 Cambridge Instruments , Cambridge, UK), inductively coupled �
  • ZMETB4105P0925
    The first experimental transmission-type electron microscope made for the Imperial College of Science by the Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co. Ltd.,[77] was � � the article Uses of Electron Microscope in The Times, April � � and promising, these early instruments were far from being �
  • X-RAY MICROSCOPY AND MICROANALYSIS
    This instrument , improved by incorporating magnetic lenses, has since been developed into a commercial model � � American General Electric Company,79 on the basis of a projection X-ray microscope with electrostatic lenses, and � � marketed by the Metropolitan- Vickers Company in Great Britain �