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  • Re: Smith Reflector Basic Info

    Merv & Dave: Thank you both for the most informative and excellent responses! I'm trying to gather as much information as I can, so I'll be able to ask smart

    rich_guy_looker 3 hours ago
  • Re: Smith Reflector Basic Info

    Hi David, It is perfectly feasible to make a Smith reflector out of a solid glass assembly, with the two prism faces at the correct angle, with a totally

    mervhob 9 hours ago
  • Re: Smith Reflector Basic Info

    Hi Rich The Leica implementation of the Smith reflector is shown and described in, for example, this Leica DRM manual. Fig 18 / 8 shows it. It does look as if

    triops56 10 hours ago
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We have a large knowledge base for the acquisition, collecting, accessorizing,
maintenance and use of legacy instruments. Members are well versed in all microscopy techniques including imaging and all types of contrast enhancement.

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This List brings together people who are interested in microscopy as
a hobby or profession. Let's share tips on equipment, supplies and

Topics might include collecting or culturing algae, protozoa,
bacteria and other specimens.

Although the emphasis is on light (optical) microscopes, all
technologies are welcome. Photomicrography discussions are encouraged.

updated -G.Couger 11.04.09

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  • Mar 10, 1999
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