Published: Jan 2005
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A NEW DOOR opened into the study of materials in the late 19th century (1863) when a British geologist named Henry C. Sorby decided to polish a piece of steel, etch it with acid, and examine it under a microscope. Since that time, metallographic examinations have been performed on most every engineering material developed.
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