Monday, May 25, 2015

Gary Greenberg decided to explore sand under a microscope, take a look at the photos

Gary Greenberg decided to explore sand under a microscope, take a look at the photos

How does the sand under a microscope. The sand - a mixture of small grains, which are produced as a result of destruction of rocks. The scientist Gary Greenberg decided to explore the sand and look at it under a microscope, and what came of it, you can take a look at the photo. The professor made ​​the pictures with 3D microscope with 250 × magnification and then processed results on the computer. As a result of this study was surprisingly very beautiful pictures of crystals, each of which does not look like each other. Increasing the sand under a microscope to see how much he has given unique and beautiful from the inside. Each crystal has its own color and form, and in one inch of sand there are several thousand. In each region, the sands of differently shaped so that when you study them in the microscope, you see very different shapes and properties of these crystals.










Marina Sergeeva

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