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On hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) staining, numerous birefringent calcium oxalate crystals were identified by polarization (figure 2, B).
Furthermore, the presence of thin ribbons makes polystyrene strongly birefringent, a property that moves light in specific directions.
On histologic examination, there was an infiltration of histiocytes and multinucleated giant cells containing birefringent polymeric particles.
2], did not form quasicrystals until shaken end-over-end for 3 days, when the suspension became optically birefringent.
also mounted in a graduated circle, is a birefringent plane usually of quarter-wave thickness; it is used to convert the linearly polarized light into elliptically light.
Many of the smaller particulates as well as larger structures were birefringent in polarized light.
Monocytes and neutrophils may ingest birefringent depolarizing malaria pigment that can be detected by the instrument.
Calcium oxalate crystals in urine are pleomorphic, variegated, and birefringent when viewed through polarized light.
Wide Viewing Angle and High Brightness Liquid Crystal Displays Incorporating Birefringent Compensators and Energy-Efficient Backlight
In EV28-iPP oleogels, iPP appears as large typical birefringent alpha phase spherulites [27] dispersed in the EVA phase which under observation conditions appears completely crystallized in the form of single lamellae, as shown in Fig.
Birefringent crystal modeling is included for microlithographic and optical telecommunication devices.
2-4) Microcrystalline cellulose is brightly birefringent when viewed with polarized light, and its identification is facilitated by a characteristic histochemical staining profile with Gomori methenaminesilver (GMS), periodic acid-Schiff, and Congo red stains.