Scanning electron microscopes (SEM) are high-magnification tools used by WJE petrographers, metallurgists, and chemists to establish material composition, degradation mechanisms, and fracture features.
In this episode of Solving for Why, petrographer Hugh Hou and metallurgist David Schmit demonstrate how they use SEM to characterize the chemical composition of distressed concrete and identify corrosive elements in piping.
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