That works fine Ann, You have the right idea, showing both sides of each objective and the photos are a good size, close enough to be readable.. Hint, yourbuck777
I decided that since I don't really know how these forums work, it would be easier for me to post photos on a blog. I'm posting one item per post. It's atdanrx12000
Hi Folks in London on April 7th may be interested in the 'IET Kelvin Lecture 2016' entitled 'Optical Microscopy: The resolution revolution' by Professor Stefantriops56
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