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  • Basic Microscope Techniques
    The Polarizing Microscope 8.
  • Polarized Light in Liquid Crystals and Polymers Complete Document
    Practical Polarization Optics with the Microscope 7.1 Introduction / 142 7.2 Microscope Characteristics / 143 7.3 Polarization Microscope / 150 7.4 Polarizers / 153 7.5 Polarization Colors / 156 7.6 Compensation and Retardation Measurement / 164 …
  • Handbook Of Biological Confocal Microscopy
    For example, in a centrifuge polarizing microscope , the laser output must be made spatially incoherent within the few nanoseconds required to freeze the image of the specimen flying through the field of the objective lens at speeds up to 100m/s (Inoué et …
  • Dictionary of Gems and Gemology
    … analcime. analogous pole; a term used in crystallography for negative end of the c-axis with polar symmetry. analyzer; same as a Nicol prism or polarizer disc, which transmits only plane polarized light, is placed above the objective in a polarizing microscope .
  • Microtubule Protocols
    In this article, the author describes the needed instrumentation and the methods to be followed for the observation and measurement of the birefringence of single and bundled microtubules and of their ordered arrays using a polarizing microscope .
  • Optical Imaging and Microscopy
    13 1.6 The Centrifuge Polarizing Microscope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Dictionary of Gems and Gemology
    … term used in crystallography for negative end of the c-axis with polar symmetry. analyzer; same as a Nicol prism or polarizer disc, which transmits only plane polarized light, is placed above the objective in a polarizing microscope . o Polariscope. analyzer quartz …
  • Overcoming Polarization Aberrations In Microscopy
    INTRODUCTION The polarization microscope is one of the standard tools in biological research.
  • What Microscope Should I Use?
    flashing lights and transistors, light microscopes, especially the polarizing microscope , reward the analytical chemist familiar with its use, by rapidly solving many if not most of his problems.
  • Automated control of optical polarization for nonlinear microscopy
    In many polarization microscopes this is the only control element as it allows basic rotation of the linear polarization state of light.
  • On-line interferometric study on the mechanical fracture behaviour by crazing observed in stretched polypropylene fibres
    The optical parameters were determined using Pluta polarising microscope in the uniform field mode connected with an automatic stretching device [27] designed for this purpose.
  • Polarized light microscopy in reproductive and developmental biology
    In this article, we briefly discuss the components specific to a traditional polarizing microscope and some historically important observations on: chromosome packing in the sperm head, the first zygote division of the sea urchin, and differentiation initiated by the first asymmetric cell …