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Vickers M17 User Guide

I'm trying to locate a User Guide for the Vickers M17. Can anyone help? There was an old (Feb 2009) thread on here in which Peter Weedon said he'd scanned one
lordlucansalive
12:20 PM
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86901

Re: Smith reflector for diatom IRC

Hi Randall, until now I tested only with a Zeiss Epiplan 80/0.95 Pol.I am now fixing centering problems in the Smith relector. Asap I will tray with oil
trick1147
12:20 PM
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86900

Re: Smith reflector for diatom IRC

Dear colleagues, Some informations on Siver & Hinsch´s diatom IRC article* are being twisted along this proficuous discussion. So, lets rescue the original
Ricardo Tsukamoto
11:47 AM
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86899

Re: Smith reflector for diatom IRC

Not yet, but I will tray asap oil immersion. Thank you, Fausto.
trick1147
10:51 AM
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86898

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Everything was fine until some mean person just had to say some mean things to her... I am finished posting about this... People should just ignore posts they
billbillt_2000
9:15 AM
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Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Hello Dushan, Yes, if you would elaborate. Please email me and tell me more.... I guess I am just not "wise to the ways of the world", or the politics... Best
billbillt_2000
9:14 AM
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Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

I also have a long, good memory.... I forgot to include that... I also remember unsavory things that happen, it seems forever... BillT
billbillt_2000
9:14 AM
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Re: Smith reflector for diatom IRC

Hi Fausto, I wouldn't expect a high magnification (~100 x) episcopic objective to perform well through a coverslip. From your excellent photos of A.p. you
rbuck
9:05 AM
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Re: Smith reflector for diatom IRC

Hi Beats, Sounds like not IRC since the 45 deg beam splitter cancels the interference effect. And, sorry to be a bit off topic but I have been trying to
rbuck
9:05 AM
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Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

... G'Day Bill! Suggestion made by my colleague, Wong, was that I change both my name and family name to some more "acceptable" Anglo-Saxon version. A lot of
Dushan Grujich
8:15 AM
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86892

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

I guess I am naive about such things... I don't understand this post... What was implied here, "change your name"??...
billbillt_2000
7:58 AM
#86892
 
86891

Re: Smith reflector for diatom IRC

This will make for an interesting comparison. I now have my Smith illuminator attached to my M14. I have a diatoms in mountant, dry mounted diatoms and I have
spocks_sister
7:39 AM
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Re: Smith reflector for diatom IRC

I've been reading this thread with interest. I have a Zeiss ICM 405 inverted that supports both transmitted and epi illumination (separate or together). On
militantanorak
7:39 AM
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86889

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

Might want to lay that anger down. It can eat you up. Better that energy be directed to your work or inducing people to change their minds by showing your
Robert L. Pendergast
7:38 AM
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86888

Re: Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

... G'Day Penny! It does not help (having a penis). Years ago, in one Sydney office, colleague (a Chinese bloke) asked me: "Dushan, why don't you change your
Dushan Grujich
5:52 AM
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