1971-02-01

Use of Scanning Electron Microscope for Study of Automotive Plastics 710623

The scanning electron microscope is a tool which, when applied to the study of fracture surface, will assist the rapid and accurate identification of the source of a fracture. It is also useful in the interpretation of the structure and properties of filled polymers and multicomponent blends.

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