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Monthly Archives: March 2007

28 Mar

Hobby Microscopes are the instruments available for any budget. They are a good for the young people as well as old. There are Hobby Microscopes that are used for any hobbyists you can only imagine, starting from coin and stamp … Continue reading

28 Mar

Gemology microscope is the most-used instrument among gemologists, next to refractometer and a loupe. Gemology microscopes are used primarily for magnification of internal and external features of gemstones. Usually gemologists use binocular microscopes with zoom capabilities. These binocular zoom microscopes … Continue reading

27 Mar

When choosing a microscope, your goal is to get the right microscopic tool for the right application. Since microscopes are used in a variety of fields, it means that there are many types of microscopes and microscope accessories. As for … Continue reading

22 Mar

Metallograph is an optical microscope equipped with a camera for both visual observation and photography of the structure and constitution of a metal or alloy. Metallography is the art and science at the same time of preparing a metal surface … Continue reading

22 Mar

Metallurgical Microscopes can be in the form of: upright metallurgical microscopes, inverted metallurgical microscopes, and portable field metallurgical microscopes. The most common configurations of metallurgical microscopes are student, benchtop and research. Student microscopes are the smallest and least expensive type … Continue reading

22 Mar

Two drops of blood under a specialized live blood analysis microscope reveals anomalies in the blood that relate to deficiencies in nutrients, dysfunctional bodily systems, toxins and dysbiosis of the human body. Since the 1920′s scientists have been studying the … Continue reading

16 Mar

Research microscopes are big. A modern research microscope will weigh in the range of 66 lb to 110 lb. This mass is composed of big optical systems, big mechanical systems and lots of electronics. These microscopes can also use multiple … Continue reading

16 Mar

The Hoffman modulation contrast (HMC) microscope is another method how transparent, or close to it, objects can be visualized. Hoffman modulation contrast accentuates phase gradients within the sample, and displays them in the image as levels of gray modulated lighter … Continue reading

16 Mar

A laboratory microscope is the general term for any type of a microscope that is designed for use in laboratories. Laboratory microscopes can be upright or inverted in design, and in most cases are designed large, sturdy and modular so … Continue reading

14 Mar

Differential interference contrast (DIC) microscopy is a beam-shearing interference technique in which the reference beam is sheared by a minuscule amount. This system produces a monochromatic image that effectively displays the gradient of optical paths for high and low spatial … Continue reading