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micrometry

 [mi-krom´ĕ-tre]
measurement of microscopic objects.

mi·crom·e·try

(mī-krom'ĕ-trē),
Measurement of objects with some type of micrometer and a microscope.

mi·crom·e·try

(mī-krom'ĕ-trē)
Measurement of objects with some type of micrometer and a microscope.

micrometry

measurement of microscopic objects.
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The Blastrac BMP-335EHY features hydraulic assist steering, adjustable breaking device, and micrometric adjustment of the scarifying depth.
Other features include micrometric adjustment to 0.
Measurements and illustrations were made with a Wild Heerbrugg M8 stereoscopic microscope, camera lucida, and micrometric eye-piece.
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The DDS System utilizes a new longitudinal micrometric separator, along with other technologies, to micronize and separate various fractions (proteins, fiber, starch, etc.
There's micrometric adjustment via dials that are graduated in 0.
Tracheid dimensions were measured using an optical microscope and a micrometric scale.
In fact, the second half of the century witnessed the invention and the perfection of certain phrenological measuring devices: the craniograph (1860); the goniometer (1864), which measured facial angle; the stereograph (1867); the micrometric compass (1869); and the occipital gonimeter (1870) which, as its name suggests, measured the angle of the back of the skull (Haller, 1995, p.
The grinder features AC digital servo motors for all axes and an electronic handwheel for fine micrometric adjustments.
A micrometric inkwell, and variable speed stroke of the pad unit are among its features.
silica, titanium oxide, cerium oxide), and particle sizes (nanometric to micrometric scales).