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Contents:

1. Metallic materials (photos made by Klaudia Korman)

2. TEM/SEM images of nanoparticles (photos made by dr Marcin Nyk)

3. Wroclaw University of Technology (photos made by dr. Antoni Chyla, PhD, DSc)

4. Liquid crystals from a petrographic microscope(photos taken by Bartłomiej Straszak)

5. ZScan Measurments

6. Up-conversion by Quantronix exc.=976 nm

 

1. Metallics materials (photos made by Klaudia Korman)

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Fig.1.1. Austenite microstructure with explicit twins. Fig.1.2 Steel microstructure contanting 1,5% C (the major presence of ferrite, minor presence of perlite). Fig.1.3 steel microstructure contanting 0,3% C (50/50% presence of ferrite/perlite) [click to enlarge]

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2. TEM/SEM images of nanoparticles (photos made by dr Marcin Nyk)

 



Fig.2.1. Representative TEM image of fluoride nanophospor doped lanthanide ions. 

Fig.2.2. Representative TEM image of CdSe quantum dots.  [click to enlarge]



Fig.2.3. Representative SEM image of gold plasmonic nanoparticles.

 Fig.2.4. Representative TEM image of copper plasmonic nanoparticles. [click to enlarge]

 

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3. Wroclaw University of Technology (photos made by dr. Antoni Chyla, PhD, DSc)

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4. Liquid crystals from a petrographic microscope (photos taken by Bartłomiej Straszak)

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5. ZScan Measruments

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6. Up-conversion by Quantronix exc. = 976 nm


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