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Re: Hacking a Binocular Microscope for Opaque Samples Depending on the light path (that is the prism arangement) within the binocular head things may work anywhere from sort of to terribly. There are a number of

jkillenbeck
3:54 AM
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Re: Today Google shows a Microscope! Instant Ramen wasn't invented when I was first in the computer industry - we had to subsist on beer, coffee and slightly dry sandwiches purchased at the local

Alysson deMerel
3:08 PM
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Re: Today Google shows a Microscope!    Ricardo...I thought those techies ran on acidified/caffeinated/ carbonated//cola beverages!  Noodle soup cups...and I was excited by that black enamel

Charles Guevara
1:34 PM
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Re: Today Google shows a Microscope! Hi Charlie, For those nerds working at Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and else IT firms, the inventor of cup noodles may be truly a great hero ! Thanks to whom they

rictsuk
12:17 PM
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Re: is LOMO compensating? Hi Woody, The Lomo achromatic objectives can be used with either Huygenian or compensating oculars. There is a slight improvement in secondary color using

merv.hobden@...
11:40 AM
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is LOMO compensating? Hello, I'm looking at a LOMO EAB 40X planar achromat objective for a 160mm tube and notice that they list the LOMO eyepieces as compensating. So I'm wondering

gannawayfamily
Mar 5
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Today Google shows a Microscope! Hello all, today Google Masthead image is a white gowned microscopist using a 'black enamel' binocular microscope. It states: "Momofuku Ando's 105th

icecilliate123
Mar 5
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Re: Rheinberg filters too thick to fit in AO condenser slot Another thought--you mentioned that at 3mm, the outer-ring color filters are too thick for your condenser's filter slot. I may be wrong on this, but--you can

dsmarable
Mar 4
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Re: Rheinberg filters too thick to fit in AO condenser slot Hello Ron, Sounds like I have a set from the same seller. They work very well on my Wild M20 and drop into its condenser's filter holder easily. I have cut out

Mark Papp
Mar 4
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Re: Rheinberg filters too thick to fit in AO condenser slot I think I may have purchased the same set--only my set also has "thin" outer-discs. Try this--it worked for me-- remove the TOP lens from your condenser (it

dsmarable
Mar 4
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Re: Rheinberg filters too thick to fit in AO condenser slot Thanks Kurt for the suggestion. I contacted the seller and he refused to provide a refund, something about he wouldn't have a record of my purchase in his

schwartzronald
Mar 4
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Re: Apples and Oranges Actually, photons have no rest mass while electrons can be said to have a finite rest mass. I didn't read the article thoroughly but it looks like the author

rbuck
Mar 3
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Re: Apples and Oranges Actually, electrons do have mass (and a wavelength due to wave/particle duality) but photons only have a wavelength. The really weird thing is that while

ctdrice
Mar 3
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Hacking a Binocular Microscope for Opaque Samples Hi, If I use one of the binocular tubes for illumination, do I get a confocal microscope? It seems to work upto 10x, but at 40x I got very fuzzy images. My 40x

Paul Delamusica
Mar 3
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Re: Rheinberg filters too thick to fit in AO condenser slot Ron, if you bought them on eBay, you should be able to return them. Just explain to the seller that you have an AO10, it won't be the first time he's heard it.

Kurt Maurer
Mar 3
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