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mi·cro·cop·y

 (mī′krō-kŏp′ē)
n. pl. mi·cro·cop·ies
A greatly reduced photographic copy, usually reproduced by projection.
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microcopy

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌkɒpɪ)
n, pl -copies
(Photography) a greatly reduced photographic copy of a printed page, drawing, etc, on microfilm or microfiche. Sometimes called: microphotograph
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mi•cro•cop•y

(ˈmaɪ krəˌkɒp i)

n., pl. -cop•ies.
a microphotographic copy, as in microfilm or microfiche.
[1930–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.microcopy - photocopy printed or other graphic matter so that it is reduced in sizemicrocopy - photocopy printed or other graphic matter so that it is reduced in size
photocopy, xerox, run off - reproduce by xerography
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Slices were stained with hematoxylin eosin and examined by a blinded anatomist under light microcopy (Nikon) (Figure 4).
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In order to study the morphology of the metallically decorated nanotubes, two different microcopy techniques were undertaken.
The surface morphology of the films was examined by atomic force microcopy (AFM, FMNanoview 1000).
Scanning electron microcopy (SEM) images were obtained with a FEI-Quanta 3D-FEG dual beam electron microscope.
Caption: Figure 5: The cellular uptake study of the FITC/HMS@ZIF capsule in HEI-OC1 cells by the confocal microcopy images.
A1 (ZEISS) light microcopy at a magnification of 40x and micrographs were taken using a digital camera unit.
The results of the composition analysis by X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microcopy (SEM) are shown in Table 1 and Figure 1.
The prepared nanofluids were characterized by Atomic force microcopy, UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, with pH values, and Photograph capturing techniques for analyzing the stability of nanofluids.