laser microscope

la·ser mi·cro·scope

a microscope in which a laser beam is focused on a microscopic field, causing it to vaporize; the emitted radiation is analyzed by means of a microspectrophotometer; at a low intensity the laser is employed as the light source in an interference microscope.
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After polishing, the microstructural observation for the cross section of the specimen was conducted using a laser microscope and an electron probe X-ray microanalyzer (EPMA).
A 3D laser microscope (VK-X100/X200) was used to analyze the morphology and microstructure of the fabricated samples.
After the testing, a laser microscope (Keyence VK-X100 series) was used to observe scratch damage features and obtain the onset point of the damage features.
The surface observation was performed by SEM and a laser microscope (LEXT, OLYMPUS Co.) after the compression test.
Figure 7 exhibits the specimen grating image recorded by a Lasertec scanning laser microscope (1LM15).
The WPI lab features a confocal laser microscope like the one on display at the conference yesterday that is capable of magnifying an object 17,280 times, according to Olympus America sales representative Doug Kennedy.
The objective of collaborative research was to show how a scanning laser microscope (SLM) can be used to measure different food surfaces and how parameters describing the surface morphology can be obtained from scale-sensitive fractal analyses.
A 63X 1.2 N.A Water Immersion Plan Apo lens objective was used for confocal laser microscope imaging.
Instron will equip these laboratories with state-of-the-art materials testing systems using laser technology for strain measurements, vacuum furnaces capable of temperatures to 2,300 [degrees] C, laser microscope and Instron's patented capacitive extensometry.
3D color laser microscope system was mainly used for 3D surface analysis and characterization.
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