Results for: 'Polarized light microscopy'
All green plants, which includes trees, need sunlight to produce energy for survival. Some trees can satisfy their basic needs with less light than others. Sugar and red maples are two examples of such trees. They are both considered shade-toleran...
There are four grades of pure maple syrup; Golden Color/Delicate Taste, Amber Color/Rich Taste, Dark Color/Robust Taste and Very Dark Color/Strong Taste. Each grade has a range in color as defined by its light transmittance. Knowing the color of p...
N.A Plus immersion oil
Complex frequency-based information can be decomposed into combinations of simple waveforms.
Condenser N.A. must at least match that of the objective to realize full resolution.
Spatial information is encoded in the diffracted rays.
Numerical Aperture vs useful magnification
A quick estimate of useful magnification: N.A. X 1000.
Transform - diffraction - transform - image
Spatial information in the rear focal plane.