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...it depends on the application, on the task the user wants to achieve. Basically, a stereo microscope is a tool for magnifying a three-dimensional object in three dimensions. Unlike a compound microscope, a stereo microscope is able to cope with this task. Topics. Basics in Microscopy. Stereo Microscopy...

...and related items. ISO 9002:2000 - and EN 46002:1996 -certified GCP (La Monnerie-le-Montel, France) produces ultrasharp and precise razor edges for ophthalmologic, oral, and endoscopic surgery applications. Using specially designed equipment, it can produce compound bevels by means of a multistep...

...as responses, and an optimization using the desirability function was performed. A specific compound was chosen as the basis for all the following comparisons to the other typical elastomer formulations. The following table is given to illustrate the change in typical physical properties...

...that is conducive to the long-term reliability of medical electronic devices: they evaporate very slowly. Their extremely low vapor pressure is exemplified by the performance of the five-ring PPE diagrammed in Figure 2. That compound will evaporate from a connector surface only after the passage of 40 to 50...

...how to keep toxic metals from the food chain. With the new method, which was culled from existing techniques, a piece of a target gene's DNA is copied and then labeled with a fluorescent compound that's detectable with a laser scanning confocal microscope. The microscope portrays data in both visual...

The unit provides graphic results of individual seal-strength and package integrity tests. Digital module converts microscopes into image capture systems. A standard microcamera can be combined with a compound or stereo microscope to create a complete digital imaging system. Pyser-SGI Ltd. (Edenbridge...

...that these deposits were organic compounds, either products of drug decomposition or impurities from the drug. Optical-property measurements of the deposits showed no correlation with the drug compound or with any postulated reaction products. Thermal microscopy was then used to begin the forensic approach...

...and small. For example, one of the TSOPs using lead-based solder revealed a small crack in the molding compound before reflow, when the loose components were imaged in Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) trays. After reflow, this crack had hardly changed a good demonstration of the inherent...

...and polydimethyl siloxane polymer. Blending of these components forms a compound ready for the vulcanization process. Besides high-consistency (gumstock) silicone rubber which is also the form taken by peroxide-cured material fabricators can purchase addition-cured silicone as liquid silicone rubber (LSR...

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    • Identify the important parts of the compound microscope and describe the functions of each part.
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    Using an early compound microscope ,11 Scha¨ffer’s detailed descriptions and illustra- tions of water flea microanatomy, function of the parts , locomotion, and behaviours extended and improved upon Swammerdam’s original studies.
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    ...has no special knowledge of optics to make intelligent use of a modern microscope, The several parts of the microscope are fully described in... ...focal length of a compound lens, whether objective or eyepiece, to learn the function of the substage condenser...
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    Characterization of Injection-Molded Parts with Carbon Black-Filled Polymers 485 Volker Piotter, Jürgen Prokop... ...Polymers 486 Processes and Characterization 488 Rheological Characterization of the Compounds 488 Molding and Electrical... ...501 Introduction 501 Multi function Tribological Probe Microscope 502 Specimen Preparation 505...
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  • Characterization of Excitability and Voltage-gated Ion Channels of Neural Progenitor Cells in Rat Hippocampus
    ...neural progenitors were detected with fluorescent dye DiBAC4(3) by a laser confocal scanning microscope (Zeiss, Germany). DiBAC4 (3) is a bisbarbituric acid oxolol compound that partitions into the membrane as a function of membrane potential (Epps et al. 1994; Yamada et al. 2001).
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    Our research shows that the so-called "superposition" compound eye of the tobacco hornworm moth is not functioning according to the widely held superposition theory of Exner. Studies of unstained sections with the interference microscope have yielded *This work was supported in part by the Joint Services Electronics Programs (U.S. Army, U.S...
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  • Simulating the Mind
    I shall remain upon psychological ground, and I propose simply to follow the suggestion that we should picture the instrument that carries out our mental functions as resembling a compound microscope or a photograph- ic apparatus, or something of the kind. In the microscope and telescope, as we know, these occur in part at ideal points, regions in...