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Spatially resolved acoustic spectroscopy (SRAS) is an acoustic microscopy microstructural-crystallographic characterization technique commonly used in the study of crystalline or polycrystalline materials. The technique can provide information about the structure and crystallographic orientation of the material. Traditionally, the information provided by SRAS has been acquired by using diffraction techniques in electron microscopy.

Microstructure imaging

Orientation mapping