Micrographs of powder coating material

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Zhejiang University material. Dr. Haojie Yu.
University of Missouri - St. Louis SEM. Professor Dan Zhou.
The photos range over 2000x, absolutely stunning. Over two hours of hard work on a scanning electron microscope reduced to a short story that tells the full story easily.
Note in one of the 1 micron shots there is a cube near the middle. This may be CaCO3. On top of it is an agglomerated pile of carbon black nanoparticles. There are several of these agglomerated piles around the series.
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Date Created 9/17/2008

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KevinH Over 1 year ago
Loved this concept! I've added it to my list of interesting synths; check it out here: http://kevinhanes.net/synthopticon/2008/10/micrographs-of-powder-coating-material.html
dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
That's pretty amazing. So much cool stuff hidden from the human eye.
nutterguy Over 1 year ago
That is very cool. I would love to see other materials as well.
Nathanael Over 1 year ago
Wow, how did I miss this? Fascinating stuff!
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