Science Daily (Sandy Hook, CT: 15.1 million unique monthly visits)
August 17, 2016
When it comes to even the most advanced materials, the adage “if it does not bend, it breaks” is often true. But before that final snap, most materials experience microscopic damage that could be fixed — but only if you know it’s there. In a study published in ACS Central Science, researchers introduce a new technique that detects and illuminates damage in various types of materials.
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