Comparisons of Techniques
Given the different nature of the artifacts and drawbacks induced by mechanical, chemical, or ionic techniques, or even those involving changes in physical state, it is important to combine several techniques in order to confirm the intrinsic structure of a given material. The combination of techniques can vary, depending on the different properties of materials, their physical or chemical state, and their organization.
KeywordsHyaluronic Acid Platinum Particle Chemical Fixation Comparison Discussion Freeze Fracture
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