When cars have a life expectancy of 1,000,000 miles… (Mar, 1955)
When cars have a life expectancy of 1,000,000 miles…
chances are that research with electron diffraction will have helped make this come true
•The General Electric electron diffraction instrument is versatile and easy to operate. The unit consists of vacuum system, electron gun, power supply and complete camera assembly — all the components required to produce both reflection and transmission photographs from a wide variety of samples.
This instrument can perform numerous tasks for industry. In chemistry, for example, it can be used to study catalytic action … to analyze surface contamination as well as foreign particles. In metallurgy, it can help in the selection of corrosion-resistant materials . . . can be used to examine alloy structures and pigments. And physicists, too, find many applications for G-E electron diffraction.
Get further information from the G-E x-ray representative in your locale … or write X-Ray Department, General Electric Company, Milwaukee 1, Wisconsin, for Pub. TT34.
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