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Newbe question

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Hi Mike, Pretty specific to AO. Zeiss, Leitz, Olympus, Nikon and AO all made the type of instrument you are looking for. It is generally called a
rbuck777
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May 20

"InFocus" What is This??

(37)
Hi Merv, I'm unfortunately very familiar with the aging eye phenomena! Just had cataract surgery yesterday to fix my left eye which was far out of focus with
cd_micro
37
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May 20

Re: New file uploaded to Microscope

(166)
Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the Microscope group. File :
Microscope@yahoogroups.com
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May 14

Matching Vickers Objectives & Eyepieces. History of types.

(50)
With regard to how to open a Vickers M15 binocular head, remove the chrome knobs to access and remove the two screws that secure the eyepieces. This can be
fred.hebard
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May 11

NIKON SMZ-2 jammed zoom ring...

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Complementing: I´m sorry. I indeed have an SMZ-2 instructions manual (June 1993) - but since it only has two pages I forgot about it. I can also send that as
Ricardo Tsukamoto
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May 9

Objective Transmission

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David, thank you for the most excellent and informative response regarding my inquiry on objectives for low-light fluorescence. My instincts were right when I
rich_guy_looker
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May 6

Re: Question about an LED illumination setup

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Peter, The device was made for the standard tube length CTS monocular microscope - 160mm with the 2nd image plane 20mm down from the eypiece end of the tube.
Merv
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May 5

Newbie to microscopes, with a magnification question on USB scope

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Paul, You may have what you want. One can see quite a bit of structure looking at the surface of biological objects such as leaves. Microscopes fall into
fred.hebard
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Apr 26

Phase Telescope Use

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The answer is yes and no. 1. As indicated by others lateral alignment of the phase ring with the phase annuls is very critical. 2. However, this presumes the
Andrew A "Tony" Havics, CIH, PE
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Apr 21

Diatom IRC - Smith Reflector experiments

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Hi Seth, Re grapheme, I only note the frequent mention of it in the scientific news and that it was discovered to be extremely easy to produce from a piece of
rbuck777
48
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Apr 20

hemocytometer capillary restrictor

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Inject molten wax -- or epoxy/hardener mixture -- into the tubing and around it, with another needle to let air out and indicate when the air is completely
Mike Andrews
3
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Apr 16

Purpose of a pre-polarization filter

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OK, missed it at the time and tried to find back something usefull on that. Some 10 years ago I came across a Oly BHS from a pathologist who had a small
rvanwezel
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Mar 30

diatomaceous earth

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Hi Michael, As a keen, relative neophyte in the pursuit of collecting, cleaning and mounting diatoms, I live nowhere near any diatomite deposits (But will be
cd_micro
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Mar 26
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