Metallography

Metallography is the study of the physical structure and components of metals, typically using microscopy. Ceramic and polymeric materials may also be prepared using metallographic techniques, hence the terms ceramography, plastography and, collectively, materialography. ==Preparing metallographic specimens== The surface of a metallographic specim...
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Metallography

• (n.) The science or art of metals and metal working; also, a treatise on metals. • (n.) A method of transferring impressions of the grain of wood to metallic surfaces by chemical action. • (n.) A substitute for lithography, in which metallic plates are used instead of stone.
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metallography

1. The science or art of metals and metal working; also, a treatise on metals. ... 2. A method of transferring impressions of the grain of wood to metallic surfaces by chemical action. ... 3. A substitute for lithography, in which metallic plates are used instead of stone. ... Origin: L. Metallum metal: cf. F. Metallographie. ... Source: Websters D...
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Metallography

Met`al·log'ra·phy noun [ Latin metallum metal + -graphy : confer French métallographie .] 1. The science or art of metals and metal working; also, a treatise on metals. 2. A method of transferring impressions of the grain of wood to metallic surfaces by chemical...
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metallography

metallography, metallographic 1. A treatise or description of metals. 2. The descriptive science relating to the internal structure of metals. 3. A printing-process akin to lithography, in which metal plates are used instead of stones.
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metallography

study of the structure and constitution of metals
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metallography

study of the structure of metals and alloys, particularly using microscopic (optical and electron) and X-ray diffraction techniques.[2 related articles]
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Metallography

the study of various steel microstructures as seen through a microscope
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