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Re: Dan - help needed

That works fine Ann, You have the right idea, showing both sides of each objective and the photos are a good size, close enough to be readable.. Hint, you
rbuck
2:07 PM
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88431

Re: Dan - help needed

I decided that since I don't really know how these forums work, it would be easier for me to post photos on a blog. I'm posting one item per post. It's at
danrx12000
1:28 PM
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Lecture, London April 7th, hi-res microscopy by Nobel laureate Prof.

Hi Folks in London on April 7th may be interested in the 'IET Kelvin Lecture 2016' entitled 'Optical Microscopy: The resolution revolution' by Professor Stefan
triops56
Feb 5
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88429

Re: Contacting Group Members

Ahh - OK - that's what I should have tried - I was trying to do it from the web browser, but looking at the messages in Outlook, it's all right there! Thanks.
donnwtwo
Feb 4
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Re: 100w Mercury Bulbs New vs Used?

Hi Ricardo, I haven't looked at the Cree site for several years; what an amazing expansion of products. Your link was bad but it was easy to find the XT-E data
rbuck
Feb 4
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Re: Contacting Group Members

At least in Outlook Express, right click on the unopened email and open the "Properties" tab at the bottom of the dialog box. Embedded in the metadata , you
Richard Windsor
Feb 4
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Re: 100w Mercury Bulbs New vs Used?

Royal Blue light, most useful for biological fluorescence, is now provided as a series of LED models varying at each 2.5 nm Dominant Wave Length within the 450
Ricardo Tsukamoto
Feb 4
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Re: Contacting Group Members

Hi Donn If you access the forum via the web you need to expand the header after clicking Reply. It's the chevron icon to the left of the subject title box.
triops56
Feb 4
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Re: 100w Mercury Bulbs New vs Used?

Some good insight to LED in the FL world today. LED Light Source: Major Advance In Fluorescence Microscopy Regards, Mike ...   From: "Alysson deMerel
Mike Whittome
Feb 3
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Re: 100w Mercury Bulbs New vs Used?

Actually in FL work, It seems LED is superior as the center of the wavelength peek can be tuned to specific LED designs thus a higher power output at the
Mike Whittome
Feb 3
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Re: Contacting Group Members

The sender email is in the email headers, for example I can see yours is donnw2@... Alloy need to do to copy it into the "To:" field.
Chris Albertson
Feb 3
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Contacting Group Members

Hi All: Can someone tell me how we can go about contacting a group member directly - either by private message or by email? It seems that any email address
donnwtwo
Feb 3
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Re: Replacement Transformer for Zeiss Standard - AC or DC Output?

Hi All: Thanks for the replies and info. Good to know it is AC. And I like the idea of using an AC 'wall-wort' supply and just adding a small circular
donnwtwo
Feb 3
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Graphene lens...

I saw this article on Gizmag.com yesterday. It will be interesting to see where this leads to in developing new microscope lenses... Graphene optical lens a
kc7dax
Feb 3
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Re: 100w Mercury Bulbs New vs Used?

It was only the combiner prism that I was thinking of. The rest of the projection path is pretty pointless for combining the outputs of multiple light sources,
Alysson deMerel
Feb 3
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