What does micro scope mean?

What does micro scope mean?

extremely small in scale or scope or capability.

What is Micro answer?

small, very small, or on a small scale. macro and micro issues. 2. microeconomic. noun.

What is Micro math?

A prefix meaning one-millionth (1/1,000,000 or 10-6)

Why do we use micro?

Micro-: Not a “Small” Prefix Living creatures viewed under a microscope are called microorganisms, or very “small” one-celled creatures, such as viruses, fungi, and bacteria. Microbiologists study these “small” life forms, also known as microbes.

What is micro used for?

Micro (Greek letter μ (U+03BC) or the legacy symbol µ (U+00B5)) is a unit prefix in the metric system denoting a factor of 10−6 (one millionth). Confirmed in 1960, the prefix comes from the Greek μικρός (mikrós), meaning “small”.

What kind of software does IMICRO Inview use?

The InView software is a flexible, modern software package that makes nanoscale testing easy. The iMicro is a compact platform with the high-speed InQuest controller and vibration isolation gantry built in to the enclosure.

What kind of tests can be done with IMICRO?

The iMicro has a complete suite of options to expand testing, including sample heating, continuous stiffness measurement, NanoBlitz3D/4D property mapping and the Gemini 2D force transducer, which enables tribology and other two-axis measurements.

How big is the sample size of the IMICRO?

The iMicro provides a sample stage movement of 100mm in the X and Y axes, and 25mm in the Z axis, allowing testing of a wide range of sample heights over a large sample area. The optional NanoBlitz Topography and Tomography software can quickly generate color maps of any of the measured mechanical properties.

What kind of actuator does IMICRO nanoindenter use?

The iMicro nanoindenter features the InForce 1000 actuator for performing nanoindentation and universal nanomechanical tests, and can optionally add the InForce 50 actuator to test softer materials. The InView software is a flexible, modern software package that makes nanoscale testing easy.