electron microscopic


  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj electron microscopic of or relating to or involving an electron microscope
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In literature:

The electron microscope told them that, now that they had the substance isolated and could examine it.
"Star Surgeon" by Alan Nourse
Doc also needed an electron microscope.
"Badge of Infamy" by Lester del Rey
It took an electron microscope to do it, but he found a virus in the blue patches which matched the type discovered on Tralee.
"Pariah Planet" by Murray Leinster
Would you take them up to the laboratory at the college and have them examined under the electron microscope?
"The Year When Stardust Fell" by Raymond F. Jones
Finally, there was a large electronic microscope complete with video screen.
"Life Blood" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

A 3-D computer-enhanced electron microscope photo of the Varicella zoster virus, also known as chicken pox .
A Transmission electron microscope took this micrograph of electrospun poly (methyl methacrylate) fibers with 17 weight percent cellulose nanocrystals.
MLB umpires are under the microscope more than ever, as new technology adds an 'electronic eye' to the action on the field.
The MM-200 measuring microscope is designed for the general manufacturing, automotive and electronics industries.
How magnetism gets "frozen" in a magnet takes us to the microscopic level where some flow does occur — electrons orbiting the nucleus.
IPFW's Department of Geosciences to dedicate lab featuring scanning electron microscope.
NanoSteel's details as seen through an electron microscope.
Seen through an electron microscope, the Desulfobulbaceae -- the researchers haven't yet given them a genus or species name -- appear in blue.
All samples were evaluated on a Zeiss LIBRA 120 Plus transmission electron microscope with a Gatan Ultrascan 1000 2k x 2k camera prior to FIB analysis.
Transmission electron microscope images are inherently 2-dimensional and therefore provide a limited view of 3D objects.
Videos recorded in a transmission electron microscope capture a lone biotinylated triamide molecule attached to a carbon nanotube-like structure undergoing conformational changes.
Motorola's Jim Jaskie, left, and Ken Dean work with carbon nanotubes in a scanning electron microscope.
To investigate how the mechanics of raft formation in high resolution, they froze an entire ant raft in liquid nitrogen, then looked at it under a scanning electron microscope.
Israeli scientist Daniel Shechtman sits next to a transmission electron microscope at the Haifa Technion in Israel on Wednesday.
This photograph was taken by nanotechnologist Kaito Takahashi using an electron microscope installed at SII Nanotechnology in Japan.

In science:

In reality, the rate of polymer formation depends upon many microscopic variables such as cross-sections of electron and photon processes and their energy distributions in gas avalanches, molecular dissociation energies, as well as densities of electrons, ions and free radicals.
Summary and Outlook of the International Workshop on Aging Phenomena in Gaseous Detectors (DESY, Hamburg, October, 2001)
Hence, it is an important question whether in a microscopic model the electronic correlations can indeed produce an effective attractive interaction which leads to superconductivity, and, if so, what would be the nature and the strength of such pairing correlations.
d_{x^2-y^2}-wave superconductivity and the Hubbard model
They can be derived from a microscopic transfer Hamiltonian, describing the coupling between the two superconducting islands through a normal metal or an insulator by a tunneling interaction and including Coulomb repulsion between electrons.
Dynamics of two-dimensional Josephson junction arrays
Symmetry considerations can help us to identify the possible order parameters, even if the microscopic mechanism of pairing is not firmly established, which is often the case for the systems with strong electron correlations.
Possible symmetries of the superconducting order parameter in a hexagonal ferromagnet
Thus, theoretical exploration of microscopic models of correlated electronic systems with controlled methods has acquired urgency.
Broken time-reversal symmetry in strongly correlated ladder structures
Of course this model can be improved by calculating microscopically the self-energies, which could include other scattering mechanisms (e.g. interface roughness, impurity effects) or even exchangecorrelation effects (which affect the electron lifetime in a self-consistent way ).
Photon-assisted transport in semiconductor nanostructures
Under the transmission electron microscope, Vycor shows interconnected pores with diameters between 60˚A and 80˚A and a length of 300˚A, with a narrow distribution of pore sizes.
Superfluidity of Dense $^4$He in Vycor
TC, especially by use of commercially available scanning electron microscopes.
Chain-oxygen ordering in twin-free YBa2Cu3O6+x single crystals driven by 20 keV electron irradiation
After weighing, test masses were examined under a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and etched by a focused ion beam (FIB) to determine more precisely the typical dimensions and porosity of the test masses.
Constraints on Yukawa-Type Deviations from Newtonian Gravity at 20 Microns
HERA is our nucleon microscope, tunable by the wavelength and the fluctuation time of the virtual photon exchanged in the electron proton collision.
Lepton Photon Symposium 2005: Summary and Outlook
SHS90a] Suneson A, Hansson HA, Seeman T: Pressure Wave Injuries to the Nervous System Caused by High Energy Missile Extremity Impact: Part I. Local and Distant Effects on the Peripheral Nervous System. A Light and Electron Microscopic Study on Pigs.
The Ballistic Pressure Wave Theory of Handgun Bullet Incapacitation
While microscopic Hamiltonians in condensed matter systems (electronic systems, in particular) are quantum mechanical, a wide range of quantum phases turn out to have a classical analogue, and if so, they can be understood in terms of symmetry breaking of some kind, and in terms of classical order parameters.
Holographic Entanglement Entropy: An Overview
As a result of the coupling of the magnetic moment of the particle, ~m, with the microscopic degrees of freedom of its environment (phonons, conducting electrons, nuclear spins, etc.), the magnetic moment is sub jected to thermal fluctuations and may undergo a Brownian-type rotation surmounting the potential barriers.
On the Statics and Dynamics of Magneto-Anisotropic Nanoparticles
As has been mentioned, the fluctuating field ~bfl (t) accounts for the effects of the interaction of ~m with the microscopic degrees of freedom (phonons, conducting electrons, nuclear spins, etc.), which cause fluctuations of the magnetic moment orientation.
On the Statics and Dynamics of Magneto-Anisotropic Nanoparticles
Problems however begin when one quits a purely instrumentalistic-empiricistic view and begins to wonder what could be the reality of a microscopic quantum entity, like for instance an electron.
Quantum dice