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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Le kris - impulseLG (WorldFiles)

Let's see what the little dragon is made of.


  1. Another nice looking video.

    Unfortunately, the audio is nearly unintelligible. Could you provide a transcript?

  2. From wikipedia:

    "Widmanstätten patterns, named after Count Alois von Beckh Widmanstätten, are unique structures of long nickel-iron crystals, found in the octahedrite iron meteorites. They consist of a fine interleaving of kamacite and taenite bands or ribbons called lamellae.

    Octahedrite meteorites have a nickel content intermediate between the norm for kamacite and taenite, which under slow cooling conditions leads to a separation of the nickel into the interleaving bands. The crystalline patterns become visible when the meteorites are cut, polished, and acid etched, because taenite is resistant to the acid."


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