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microprobe

 [mi´kro-prōb″]
a minute probe, as one used in microsurgery.

microprobe

/mi·cro·probe/ (mi´kro-prōb″) a minute probe, as one used in microsurgery.

microprobe

(mī′krō-prōb)
A very small probe, suitable for use in microsurgery.

microprobe

a minute probe, such as one used in microsurgery.
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Chemical analytical data: Means of three sets of electron microprobe data: CaO 2.
The ion microprobe offers great advantages over previous methods to glean natural tracer information out of rocks.
DuPont de Nemours Experimental Station in Wilmington, DE where he became involved in x-ray fluorescence (XRF) but soon developed an interest in Electron Probe Microanalysis (EPMA) when DuPont purchased one of the first commercial Applied Research Laboratories (ARL) scanning electron microprobes.
Electron Microprobe Automation Systems are provided by Advanced MicroBeam, Thermo Noran and Geller MicroAnalytical Laboratory.
X-ray composition maps and profiles for major, minor, and trace elements have been made for four calcic metapelitic garnet grains from the Grenville Province of western Labrador, using electron microprobe and laser ablation ICPMS.
Prior to the development of wavelength-dispersed spectroscopy on an electron microprobe analyzer and energy-dispersed spectroscopy on a scanning electron microscope, selective etching experiments were conducted as an aid to intermetallic phase identification.
The analytical tools have become more sophisticated, as researchers use electron microscopy, electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA), scanning auger microprobe (SAM) and other techniques to make precise measurements at varying depths and angles.
1992, 1995) used a proton microprobe to evaluate otolith age estimates of two fish species by comparing patterns of checks, cycles in increment width, and cycles in strontium and calcium composition.
Scanning proton microprobe analysis was used to determine the distribution of strontium (Sr) in otoliths from arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) of known non-anadromous, known anadromous, and unknown life histories.