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Nikon S-Ke interference-phase contrast

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Yep Jim, you said just what I thought. How could you possibly expect the low-tolerance measurements of a "slider mechanism" for an optical assembly that
rich_guy_looker
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Jul 27

Misleading microscope illuminator data by Zeiss West

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Hi Gordon, Lovely to have you back on the group - your common sense and breadth of knowledge has been greatly missed! I do not think that your remarks
merv.hobden@ntlworld.com
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Jul 27

Looking with contact lenses at eyepieces: problems

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Stephano and Brian, I am reaching back in my memory that is clouded with the drugs I am taking for Multiple Sclerosis. I except you contacts are being included
gc_couger
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Jul 26

Wild M20 frozen fine focus

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My experience is not specific to the M20, but I have found a number of older microscopes that have not received a recent service have grease that has congealed
Richard Radford
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Jul 26

"Sliders"; Phase + Darkfield

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Rich, Your best chance to get buy on the cheap on 4/3 camera is a Kodak Ektar 25.4 mm f 1.2 lens used as relay lens to view the eyepiece. The Kodak Ektars are
gc_couger
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Jul 26

Methylene Blue

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Kenneth, if your asking if methylene blue is the same as methyl blue, they're not. Rich ... Same thing, use sparingly and wear gloves -- it does stain! From:
rich_guy_looker
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Jul 24

How To Set Up Kohler For Nikon Model G

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I hope the setting up for Kohler illumination goes well. Hopefully, the ghost of the filament will disappear once it's all done. Do you have a model number for
graham_comptonuk
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Jul 24
Mark Papp
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Jul 23

Optiphot/Labophot Repair Manual

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Be VERY careful with the Optiphot repair manual. It has omissions and errors. For instance, to take the focus apart, hold one coarse focus while unscrewing the
jimgalvin366
15
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Jul 20

Multiple microscopy modes by a cheap-LCD light modulator: full artic

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I know I am looking forward to an update and possibly more on this exciting breakthrough in microscope lighting... BillT
billbillt_2000
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Jul 18

G. W. Hartley (1983), The Microscope: A Basic Guide

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No real technological breakthroughs for me (wink) but it was very interesting and a fun read. Thanks. Ed -- Sent from Gmail Mobile
Ed Herst
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Jul 12

More refractometer questions

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Yes, I meant the B&L 3L, not 3C. I have the 1956 version (manual on the Humboldt website) with concentric coarse and fine knobs on the right side. The Fisher
itsiklcan
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Jul 10

Abbe Refractometer calibration piece

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Your high index samples are near the index (for the sodium D line) of the main prism. Also, your samples may disperse light to a great extent; more so than
rbuck
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Jul 8

Zeiss GFL grains

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My sentiments exactly. Why complicate matters unnecessarily?
rontocknell@rocketmail.com
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Jun 15

Re: New file uploaded to Microscope

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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 : /Vickers M55
Microscope@yahoogroups.com
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May 31
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