Dental composite is the most used aesthetic restorative biomaterial worldwide. However, it undergoes polymerization shrinkage that could lead to loss of the interfacial seal between tooth and resin in some circumstances. This demands high‐resolution imaging technologies to detect these defe...
Certain morphological parameters of the skeletal muscle tissue can be better understood via 3D considerations. Fluorescent confocal microscopy of thick tissue sections is a well‐established method for visualising and measuring skeletal muscle fibres and surrounding capillaries in 3D. Howev...
Michael P Miles,
Eric R Homer,
Raj K Mishra,
David T Fullwood
Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) is a widely used approach for characterizing the microstructure of various materials. However, it is difficult to accurately distinguish similar (body centered cubic and body centered tetragonal, with small tetragonality) phases in steels using standa...
Chris R. M. Grovenor
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry is an important technique for the study of the composition of a wide range of materials because of the exceptionally high sensitivity that allows the study of trace elements and the ability to distinguish isotopes that can be used as markers for reactions and...