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    Metallography: An Introduction

    Published: December 01, 2004

    Metallography is the scientific discipline of examining and determining the constitution and the underlying structure of (or spatial relationships between) the constituents in metals, alloys and materials (sometimes called materialography).

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    Optical Metallography

    Published: June 01, 1986
    Authors: M.R. Louthan, Jr., Department of Materials Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Optical metallography, one of three general categories of metallography, entails examination of materials using visible light to provide a magnified image of the micro- and macrostructure.

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    Color Metallography

    Published: December 01, 2004
    Authors: George F. Vander Voort, Buehler Ltd.

    The use of color in metallography has a long history, with color micrographs published over the past eighty-some years. A number of general articles have been published reviewing methods and applications. Natural color is of use in only a few classic metallographic applications.

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    Microscopy/Metallography Buyers Guide

    Published: February 01, 2009

    Buyers guide for optical microscopes, electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes and metallography/equipment supplies.

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    Metallography of Iron Meteorites

    Published: February 01, 2001
    Authors: George F. Vander Voort

    The microstructures of various meteorite types, appropriate color etching techniques, and the metallography of the Odessa and Coahuila meteorites are featured.

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    Field Metallography Techniques

    Published: December 01, 2004
    Authors: Bruce L. Bramfitt, International Steel Group, Inc.; Samuel J. Lawrence, International Steel Group, Inc.

    Field metallographic procedures are performed "on location" or in the "field" on components that are too large to bring to the metallographic laboratory. Generally, these components are still being used in service or must be returned to service and cannot be destructively sectioned or physically altered.

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    Metallography of Biomedical Orthopedic Alloys

    Published: December 01, 2004
    Authors: D.J. Medlin, Zimmer, Inc.; R. Compton, Zimmer, Inc.

    Metals and alloys have a diverse application in the medical field, particularly as implantable internal (in vivo) structural, load-bearing materials in devices for partial and total joint replacement, fracture fixation, and instruments.

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    Ferrous Powder Metallurgy Metallography

    Published: 2015
    Authors: Thomas F. Murphy, Hoeganaes Corp.

    Metallographic analysis is primarily a collection of visual and imaging techniques that provide an insight into the history of a material or part and its behavior. With consolidated powder metallurgy (PM) materials, where the properties are controlled by the density, the combination of chemical composition and alloying method, and the microstructure, metallography is the only set of test methods capable of providing information on all three contributors.

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    Metallography: Principles and Practice

    Published: 1984
    Authors: George F. Vander Voort

    Offers a comprehensive source of information on metallographic techniques and their application to the study of metals, ceramics, and polymers. Includes an extensive collection of micro- and macrographs.

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    Metallography of Powder Metallurgy Materials

    Published: 1990
    Authors: Leander F. Pease III and Douglas L. Pease, Powder-Tech Associates, Inc.

    POWDER METALLURGY MATERIALS encompass enough differences to necessitate providing specific specimen preparation procedures in addition to those given in the Section "Metallographic Techniques" in Metallography and Microstructures, Volume 9 of the ASM Handbook.

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