Tabakovic, I., see Lund

If one wants only to better identify regions for further examination by other techniques, the Light Microscope is likely to be the first imaging instrument used. Around for over 150 years, it is capable of handling every type of sample (tbougb different types of microscope are better suited to difiering applications), and can easily provide mj ification up to l400x, tbe useful limit for visible wavelengths. By utilizing polarizers, many other properties, in addition to size and shape, become accessible (e. g., refractive index, crystal system, melting point, etc.). There are enormous collections of data (adases) to help the observer identify what he or she is seeing and to interpret it. Light microscopes are also the cheapest modem instrument and take up the least physical space.  [c.58]

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