What does the metallographic microscope mean?

Time:2022-03-28 Click:392

Metallographic microscopes are suitable for aerospace manufacturing, machinery manufacturing, vehicle manufacturing, boiler and pressure vessel manufacturing and inspection, petrochemical, railway, shipbuilding, power plants, power stations, equipment, large molds, safety inspection, quality monitoring, physical and chemical laboratories, etc. industry.

Why is the metallographic microscope called metallographic:

1. Metallography refers to the chemical composition of a metal or alloy and the physical and chemical states of various components inside the alloy.

2. The metallographic microscope is generally a microscope with a magnification of less than 1000 times. The one I have used has four magnifications, 50, 100, 150 and 200 times. The magnification is non-continuously adjustable, and the diameter can be seen at 10um The metal particles usually have a CCD interface.

The above content is an introduction to why the metallographic microscope is called metallographic. In simple terms, metallographic, "gold" refers to metal or alloy materials, and "phase" should refer to appearance. Therefore, the meaning of metallography should be the appearance of metal or alloy materials, but it is not what we see with the naked eye, but the microscopic state seen through a microscope.


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