Merv, Thanks very much for your explanation and interpretation of the setup I use. It was very helpful to have such a thoughtful evaluation. I always felt aswamman219
Yes mercury lamps. Here's what I've gathered so far (see UV ILLUMINATION folder: http://www.qsl.net/k/k0ff/Microscopes/ George Dowell ... From:geoelectronics
Is your question about mercury lamps for fluorescence? If so I could give some information about Leitz plugs and power units. Hanshhuijbre
maintenance and use of legacy instruments. Members are well versed in all microscopy techniques including imaging and all types of contrast enhancement.
Please note that we do not allow attachments in messages for security reasons.
Our founder Phil's Mission Statment
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
- Mar 10, 1999
- This is a public group.
- Attachments are not permitted.
- Members cannot hide email address.
- Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
- Membership does not require approval.
- Messages from new members require approval.
- All members can post messages.