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THERMO-ACOUSTIC EFFECTS ON IMAGES FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION SCANNING ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPY

GOLAN, G; KENYON, AJ; GRIFFEL, G; PITT, CW; (1994) THERMO-ACOUSTIC EFFECTS ON IMAGES FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION SCANNING ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPY. ELECTRON LETT , 30 (2) 127 - 128.

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Abstract

A novel scanning acoustic microscopy (SAM) technique employing thermal effects to improve the contrast of acoustic images has been demonstrated. Experiments were performed on a buried channel in a thick perspex block; it was found that short periods of sample heating can lead to a stronger image contrast.

Type:Article
Title:THERMO-ACOUSTIC EFFECTS ON IMAGES FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION SCANNING ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPY
Keywords:ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPES, MICROSCOPY
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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