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CD stamper bumps, perspective view

 

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ASM'S PHASE IMAGE WINS 1997 DI CALENDAR AWARD.


Winner:  1997 DI calendar selection

Recently, Digital Instruments announced that an image submitted by Advanced Surface Microscopy was selected for the 1997 DI Calendar, to be displayed for the month of November. The image, shown below, shows the transparent coating on the inside of an aluminum beverage can. Phase imaging shows that the surface principally consists of two or three different materials. Fine bumps selectively decorate the discontinuous phase (bright areas). Sample courtesy of O'Malia's Grocery.

OUR VERSION

Polymer coating on the interior of an aluminum beverage can, as we displayed it.

CALENDAR VERSION

Polymer coating on the interior of an aluminum beverage can as DI (now Bruker Nano) used it for their 1997 calendar.

 

 

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