photomacrograph


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photomacrograph

(ˌfəʊtəʊˈmækrəʊˌɡrɑːf)
n
1. (Photography) photog a photograph which shows an object at its actual size or slightly magnified
2. (General Physics) microscopy an image made using a low powered microscope
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Photomacrograph of the parietal face of the adult boto respiratory complex; B: Photomacrograph of the mediastinal face of the tucuxi calf respiratory complex; C: Photomacrograph of the mediastinal face of the adult tucuxi lung.
A gross photomacrograph section of the tumor, which involved the left shoulder, shows the grayish white mass with areas of hemorrhage and necrosis, which are typical of MFH (Figure 3).
The processes that I am using to determine the comparisons are as follows: Air Welding, Waterproofing Electrodes, Underwater Wet Welding, Photomacrographs, Abrasive Cutoff, Preparing Coupons for Polishing, Polishing, Etching, Photomicrographs, Micro Hardness Testing, and Transverse Hardness Testing.
Case's photomacrographs are typically of fracture surfaces and relevant features, such as broken gear teeth.
Normally it would be necessary to image the gear surfaces produced in the single-tooth bending fatigue test with an electron microscope, but the researchers were convinced that Clarke's photomacrographs told them all they needed to know, so microscopy was dispensed with.
The photomacrographs at Case are typically of fracture surfaces and other relevant features, such as broken gear teeth.
The MegaPlus camera, when cabled to a Pentium PC, produces images that are immediately viewable on a 1024 x 1280-pixel monitor, which provides a particularly fast way of producing photomacrographs of fracture surfaces and relevant features, such as broken gear teeth.
Data was recorded with schematic drawing and photomacrographs (Nikon Coolpix[R] L820 camera, 16MP).