Surface of gold conductor

Surface of gold conductor

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Caption: Light micrograph of the surface of a gold conductor from a computer circuit board, photographed using differential interference contrast (DIC). DIC is a technique used for visualising small changes in a metallic surface. The light from a lamp passes through a polariser, then through a prism which splits the beam, rotating one half by 90 degrees. After reflection at the sample surface, the beams are recombined by a second prism and interfere before passing through a second polariser. This produces the colours seen here. Magnification x30 at 6x4. 5cm size.

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Keywords: atomic structure, chemical, chemistry, circuit board, compute, differential intereference, gold, light micrograph, particle physics, surface

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