Food Analysis under the Microscope

- 6/12/2018 2:35:01 PM
Food Analysis under the MicroscopeMicroscopes are used to analyze food ingredients and additives as well as any undesirable substances in or on food such as mycotoxins, heavy metals or pesticides. Additionally, microscopes are used to examine different types of starches. Learn about about which microscopes are used for food analysis and some of the procedures.
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Fabric Weave under the Microscope

- 6/4/2018 4:59:02 PM
Fabric Weave under the MicroscopeMicroscopic fabric analysis can allow you to look at the weave of a fabric up close. Microscope World recently analyzed a fabric weave under the stereo microscope utilizing different auxiliary lenses and illuminators. Take a look at what we found!
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Hair Analysis under the Microscope

- 5/23/2018 5:52:06 PM
Hair Analysis under the MicroscopeMicroscopic hair analysis can allow you to look at the health of a shaft of hair. We put the microscope to test here in order to examine the shafts of several pieces of hair. Take a look at the results!
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Fiber Analysis under the Microscope

- 5/10/2018 1:16:46 PM
Fiber Analysis under the MicroscopeThe American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists has developed numerous standards for the performance of test methods related to the textile industry. Test Method 20 and Test Method 20A are two methods dealing with fiber analysis which require the use of a microscope. We explore these methods in more detail here.
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Tips for Optimizing Microscope Illumination

- 5/4/2018 4:15:18 PM
Tips for Optimizing Microscope IlluminationThere are four areas to check when adjusting your microscope illumination: the rheostat, a light filter, the aperture diaphragm, and the field diaphragm. Read more about how to accurately set up your microscope's illumination here.
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Microscope C-Mount Field of View

- 4/17/2018 5:15:16 PM
Microscope C-Mount Field of ViewConnecting a digital microscope camera with a microscope requires the use of a c-mount adapter. However, figuring out how to maximize your field of view can be tricky. Learn more about which camera sensors pair best with which c-mount adapters.
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