A technique for the direct observation of pores in porous materials
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The method of direct observation of pores yields information regarding the shape and relative positions of individual pores in specimens and enables pore texture to be examined.
KeywordsRelative Position Direct Observation Porous Material Yield Information Pore Texture
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