Published: Jan 2007
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THE NEED TO CONSIDER DIGITAL IMAGING SYSTEMS IS PREDICATED ON recognition of stereological principles and quantitative metallography/materialography as essential concepts in materials science. The application of quantitative metallography/materialography in materials science requires the measurement of microstructures. It may be argued that the study of materials cannot be termed a “science” if it does not use quantitative methods.
Metallography, Materialography, Preparation methods, Sample preparation, Mechanical polishing, Electrolytic polishing, Cutting, Sectioning, Hot mounting, Cold mounting, Grinding, Polishing, Polishing artifact, Etching, Microscope, Quantitative metallography, Stereology, Vickers hardness, Quality control, Microstructure
Paper ID: MNL11198M