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Grl2grl : Short Fictions
Grl2grl : Short Fictions
著者名 Peters, Julie Anne
出版社 : Little Brown & Co
出版年月 : 2007/09
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780316013437

BookWeb価格 : MYR 45.56
会員価格 : MYR 41.00

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言語 : English
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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: X11824000 X18100000
Place of Publication: United States
Textual Format: Readings/Anthologies
Horn Book Guide Reviews 2008 Spring
Cooperative Children's Book Center Choices 2008 (And Ongoing)
Best Books For High School Readers: Grades 9-12 - Second Edition (2009)
Bulletin Of The Center For Children's Books-Recommended Titles 1996 (And Ongoing)
School Selection Guide Core Issue: Fiction Titles To Order 7-12 (2008-09)

In this honest, emotionally captivating short story collection, renowned author and National Book Award finalist, Julie Ann Peters, offers a stunning portrayal of young women as they navigate the hurdles of relationships and sexual identity. 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EFM and MFM SPM Probes Microscopy of radiation sensitive materials condense this section, and/or move to new artifacts or issues topic SEM operation Low dose TEM operation Analytical microscopy X-ray microanalysis X-ray analysis in the SEM vs AEM Elemental mapping EELS Electron energy loss in conjuntion with morphology (TEM) Quantitative microscopy Calibration -describe needs for SPM - 3 dimensional calibration of distance; force calibration Image processing Stereology and image analysis -description of advantages of phase image contrast by SPM as input for IA Dynamic microscopy Stages for dynamic microscopy Include SPM tensile and hot stages Imaging theory Imaging with lenses Basic optics Resolution Electron diffraction Contrast mechanisms Illumination systems Imaging by scanning electron beam Scanning optics Beam - specimen interactions Image formation Imaging by scanning a solid probe -complete re-write, simplifying equations for important concepts Contact modes Force interactions, Image and contrast formation Intermittent contact mode and phase imaging Force interactions, all the stuff about cantilever dynamics, linear vs. non-linear and practical aspects of contrast formation Non-contact modes Long range forces and image formation in EFM and MFM Artifacts due to probe-surface interaction Polarizing microscopy Polarized light Anisotropic materials Polarizing microscopy Radiation effects - will consider moving to a topic on artifacts Effect of radiation on polymers Radiation doses and specimen heating Effects of radiation damage on the image Noise limited resolution Image processing Specimen preparation methods Simple preparation methods Optical methods SEM methods TEM methods SPM methods Polishing Microtomy Peelback of fibers/films for SEM Microtomy for OM MIcrotomy for SEM Microtomy for SPM Microtomy for TEM Ultrathin sectioning Ultrathin cryosectioning Staining Introduction Osmium tetroxide Ebonite Chlorosulfonic acid Phosphotungstic acid Ruthenium tetroxide Silver sulfide Mercuric trifluoroacetate Iodine Summary Etching Introduction Plasma and ion etching Solvent and chemical etching Acid etching Summary Replication Simple replicas Replication for TEM Conductive coatings Coating devices Coatings for TEM Coatings for SEM and SPM Artifacts Gold decoration Yielding and fracture Fractography Fracture: standard physical testing In situ deformation in-situ AFM tensile stages Crazing thinning in crazed zones Freezing and drying methods Simple freezing methods Freeze drying Critical point drying Freeze fracture-etching Polymer applications Include in each of those specific SPM examples Fibers Introduction Textile fibers Problem solving applications Industrial fibers Films and membranes Introduction Model studies Industrial films Thin Films for Electronics Abrasion Resistant Coatings Flat film membranes Hollow fiber membranes Engineering resins and plastics Introduction Semicrystalline polymers Amorphous polymers Extrudates and molded parts Multiphase polymers Failure analysis Image analysis of impact modified resins Composites Introduction Composite characterization Fiber composites Particle filled composites Carbon black filled rubber Nanocomposites Emulsions and adhesives Introduction Latexes Wettability Adhesives and adhesion Liquid crystalline polymers Decrease level of detail in this section Introduction Optical textures Solid state structures High modulus fibers Structure-property relations in LCPs New techniques in polymer microscopy This will be an entirely new chapter Introduction Optical microscopy Confocal scanning microscopy Near field optical microscopy Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) Low voltage SEM High resolution SEM High pressure (environmental) SEM EDS detection Solid State detectors Calorimetric detectors Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) High resolution TEM Structure determination by electron diffraction environmental TEM 3D tomography Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) Only keep a small section Principles of STM Instrumentation and operation of the STM STM of insulators Adsorbed organic molecules Other polymer applications Scanning force microscopy (SFM) 6.6.1 New probes and atomic resolution 6.6.2 Fast scanning SPMs 6.6.3 Nanoscale mechanical mapping 6.6.4 Environmental SPM 6.6.5 Chemical Force Microscopy (CFM) 6.6.6 Nanomanipulation with AFM New emerging techniques Near field scanning optical microscopy X-ray microscopy (STXM Tomography X-ray methodologies Micro-CT or Nano-CT (benchtop x- ray) -resolution and speed for identifying flaws Imaging surface science Short section if included at all-SIMS, XPS, PEEM, SPEM Problem solving summary Where to start Problem solving protocol Polymer structures Instrumental techniques Comparison of techniques Optical techniques SEM techniques TEM techniques STEM techniques SFM techniques Technique selection Interpretation Artifacts Summary Supporting characterizations X-ray diffraction Thermal analysis Spectroscopy Scattering Summary Appendixes Appendix I Abbreviations of polymer names Appendix II List of acronyms - techniques Appendix III Manmade polymer fibers Appendix IV Common commercial polymers and tradenames for plastics, films and engineering resins See what reviewers think about need for update below Appendix V General suppliers of microscopy accessories Appendix VI Suppliers of optical and electron microscopes Appendix VII Suppliers of x-ray microanalysis equipment Appendix VIII Suppliers of scanning probe microscopes Index