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Glare

(Science: microscopy) stray or scattered light within the microscopical system, extraneous light from windows or lamps, light scattered by the specimen that masks image detail and prevents thorough observation. An under- or over-corrected objective or condenser also may cause glare.


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The Fiber Disease

... I guessed about TU Delft? Look here: (I also found the clinton doc.) ICAS2006-4.1S DELAMINATION GROWTH RATE AT LOW AND ELEVATED TEMPERATURES IN GLARE J. E. Schut, R. C. Alderliesten TU Delft, Netherlands This paper presents the experimental and analytical research on fatigue crack propagation ...

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The Fiber Disease

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