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Abrasive media

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Abrasive media

(Science: microscopy) Extremely hard materials (diamond, sic, Al2O3 etc.), usually in a very fine particulate form (less than 15 micrometres), used in the initial stages of specimen preparation to grind and polish samples to the desired thickness or finish.