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Studying fabrics at very high magnification helps determine how some face masks filter out particles better than others.MICROSCOPIC IMAGES REVEAL THE SCIENCE AND BEAUTY OF FACE MASKSEMILIANO RODRÍGUEZ MEGAAPRIL 2, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
By capturing image data in infrared, researchers and scientists capture details that aren’t typically visible, even under high magnification.FUJIFILM’S NEW INFRARED CAMERA CAN SEE THINGS YOUR EYES CAN’TSTAN HORACZEKNOVEMBER 27, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Appearance of a small portion of muscle under a moderate magnification.VOICE PRODUCTION IN SINGING AND SPEAKINGWESLEY MILLS
It was visible now through the direct observation panel, without magnification.GREYLORNJOHN KEITH LAUMER
He increased the magnification to maximum, and the four men looked eagerly at the system.ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
Actually, the best examination is by low-power magnification under the proper lighting.WARREN COMMISSION (7 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
The magnification constants of the various other optical combinations should be similarly made and recorded.THE ELEMENTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUEJOHN WILLIAM HENRY EYRE
It is to be observed that Fig. 21 represents higher magnification; otherwise the two figures are very much alike.THE NORTH AMERICAN SLIME-MOULDSTHOMAS H. (THOMAS HUSTON) MACBRIDE
But it is quite easy to increase the magnification to 10 times or more.LIFE MOVEMENTS IN PLANTSSIR JAGADIS CHUNDER BOSE
The total magnification would in this case be 50 million times.LIFE MOVEMENTS IN PLANTSSIR JAGADIS CHUNDER BOSE

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