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Acoustic Microscopes

The acoustic microscope was developed as a tool for studying the internal microstructure of nontransparent solids. In acoustic microscopy, a sample is imaged by ultrasound waves, and the contrast in reflection furnishes a map of the spatial distribution of the mechanical properties.


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