Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Science and Technology, Rainbow Film

Rainbow Film, Image credit: Courtesy National Institute of Standards and TechnologyRainbow Film. A rainbow of colors indicates the thickness of a clear, organic film used to mount microscopic particles. The deep blue and brown on the left of this optical micrograph
show that the film is less than a micrometer thick, the right thickness for embedding single particles for microstructural analysis. In an AML ultraclean room, NIST chemists mount and analyze individual particles for forensic, advanced materials, and other researchers. Download full resolution tif of non-copyrighted image (15MB).

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