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Microstructure of ductile iron under a 100X microscope. Ductile iron is a relatively new material that has been created in the 1940s. It has much better mechanical results that gray iron, while still being less expensive to produce than cast steel, making it a material used in a wide variety of industries.

Microstructure of ductile iron under a 100X microscope. Ductile iron is a relatively new material that has been created in the 1940s. It has much better mechanical results that gray iron, while still being less expensive to produce than cast steel, making it a material used in a wide variety of industries.

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View of chloride stress corrosion cracking in a 316 stainless steel chemical processing piping system. Chloride stress corrosion cracking in austenitic stainless steel is characterized by the multi-branched "lightning bolt" transgranular crack pattern. (Mag: 300X)

View of chloride stress corrosion cracking in a 316 stainless steel chemical processing piping system. Chloride stress corrosion cracking in austenitic stainless steel is characterized by the multi-branched "lightning bolt" transgranular crack pattern. (Mag: 300X)

Martensite and bainite by Metalografia on DeviantArt

Martensite and bainite by Metalografia on DeviantArt

X65 steel metallography

X65 steel metallography

microstructure of steel - Google Search

microstructure of steel - Google Search


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Microstructure of ductile iron under a 100X microscope. Ductile iron is a relatively new material that has been created in the 1940s. It has much better mechanical results that gray iron, while still being less expensive to produce than cast steel, making it a material used in a wide variety of industries.

Microstructure of ductile iron under a 100X microscope. Ductile iron is a relatively new material that has been created in the 1940s. It has much better mechanical results that gray iron, while still being less expensive to produce than cast steel, making it a material used in a wide variety of industries.

X65 steel metallography

X65 steel metallography

microstructure of steel - Google Search

microstructure of steel - Google Search

The dark patches are hard regions called pearlite; the light areas are ferrite. This is a common microstructure for many steels.   G2MT Labs provides high-quality metallography and microscopic analysis with the expertise to help you understand and use the results.

The dark patches are hard regions called pearlite; the light areas are ferrite. This is a common microstructure for many steels. G2MT Labs provides high-quality metallography and microscopic analysis with the expertise to help you understand and use the results.

View of chloride stress corrosion cracking in a 316 stainless steel chemical processing piping system.  Chloride stress corrosion cracking in austenitic stainless steel is characterized by the multi-branched "lightning bolt" transgranular crack pattern. (Mag: 300X)

View of chloride stress corrosion cracking in a 316 stainless steel chemical processing piping system. Chloride stress corrosion cracking in austenitic stainless steel is characterized by the multi-branched "lightning bolt" transgranular crack pattern. (Mag: 300X)

Microstructure of an 0.8% C annealed steel

Microstructure of an 0.8% C annealed steel

steel under microscope | Automotive/Metal Industries - VHX-600 Microscopes - KEYENCE

steel under microscope | Automotive/Metal Industries - VHX-600 Microscopes - KEYENCE

aluminum metallography from GVVoort

aluminum metallography from GVVoort

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