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|Title: ||Synchrotron micro tomography reveals 3D shape of precipitates in cast magnesium alloy.|
|Authors: ||Liss, KD|
|Keywords: ||Magnesium Alloys|
Scanning Light Microscopy
|Issue Date: ||10-Feb-2011|
|Publisher: ||David Publishing Company|
|Citation: ||Liss, K. D., Thibault, X., Li, H., & Bendeich, P. (2011). Synchrotron micro tomography reveals 3D shape of precipitates in cast magnesium alloy. Journal of Materials Science and Engineering, 5, 195-199.|
|Abstract: ||Aim of the study is to compare the morphology of inclusions in magnesium alloy, investigated by both computed micro-tomography and light microscopy. Precipitates of denser material are found. The information of the light microscopic studies alone is by far insufficient to conclude on their three-dimensional shape. In contrast, the tomography reveals the full topology in all dimensions. The described inclusions are flake-like and can extend with high aspect ration into one, two or three dimensions. © 2011, David Publishing Company|
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