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microprobe

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

microprobe

(mī′krō-prōb)
A very small probe, suitable for use in microsurgery.
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Then the samples go into the ion microprobe under ultrahigh-vacuum conditions that suck out virtually all air and water.
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2.1 Material composition and sample preparation The study is made on an astenitic stainless steel, which structure in Figure 1 and chemical composition in Table 2 are determined by scanning electronic microscopy (SEM) (Vega LMU Tescan) and X-ray microprobe (EDX Bruker microprobe) of the microscope.
Chemical analytical data: Means of four sets of electron microprobe data: Pb 48.94, Sb 29.47, S 21.76, Total 101.17 wt.%.
Which explains one of the advantages of the SmartScope Quest 650 system from Optical Gaging Products (Rochester, NY), which is a veritable sensor array, as it supports video, laser, touch probe, and microprobe devices for part measurement.
Boiled meningococcal suspensions or DNA prepared from such suspensions with an Isoquick kit (Microprobe Corporation, Washington) were used as template to amplify the porA gene by using Taq Polymerase (Applied Biosystems, by Roche Molecular Systems Inc., Branchburg, NJ) with primers 210 and 211 (10).
The red TDR curve shows the response of a microprobe launch into a 50 [ohm] stripline which has been optimized.
Scott Jobin-Bevans, vice president of exploration for Pacific North West Capital in Sudbury, said that his early exposure to PGEs and PGMs via the microprobe and secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) techniques indicated the importance of PGM mineralogy.
Mineral abundances were determined by point-count and mineral compositions by electron microprobe. The bulk of the Dark Ridge body is dinute that has been variously hydrated during metamorphism producing assemblages of olivine and chromite with varying amounts of talc, serpentine, chlorite, and amphibole.
(One of us, RBM, remembers visiting Kurt in 1964 at the old NBS site on Van Ness Street where he sat in front of a brand new ARL electron microprobe collecting data.) Kurt later became Chief of the Microanalysis Section, a position that he held for many years until 1980 when he became Chief of the Office of International Relations.
It was decided to examine the parts using scanning electron microscopy together with a microprobe analyser.