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Because there is no material in the way of the beam, it can pass through unobstructed, thus making these regions appear to be very light. Holes around the captured micro-phase can also be observed where the action of sectioning has literally pushed such a region out of its position within the matrix. The removed pieces can often be seen next to the hole, in some cases still attached to some point on the interface. Weak interfacial adhesion within NR/NBR blends has been an important theme running throughout this work: results like these have been vital to the work performed in this field (Chapters 5 to 8).
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