Published: Jan 1954
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When the electron microscope was first applied to the study of metal microstructures, the polystyrene-silica and metal oxide replicas were preferred for the study of fine detail. Both methods are limited, however, in the type of specimen with which they can be utilized or for reasons of convenience and interpretation (1).
Teague, D. M.
Assistant Head of Chemical Research, Chrysler Corp, Detroit, Mich