Preparation of Samples of Non-Biological Materials
Micromanipulative methods are widely used for sampling and investigation of a great variety of material. In many instances, the amount of sample that may be available for investigation and which may be extracted from localized areas in metallurgical products, mineral grains, and other material may be only micrograms to nanograms in mass. Even when comparatively larger samples are available, the constituents of interest may occur only in nanogram amounts. Consequently, exceedingly sensitive methods are often required for sampling and investigation.
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