polarizing microscope


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po·lar·iz·ing microscope

(pō′lə-rī′zĭng)
n.
A microscope in which the object viewed is illuminated by polarized light.
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The formation was studied at outcrop level and under the polarizing microscope along with the X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis.
The sliced test pieces were observed using a polarizing microscope to determine the fused thickness from the difference in the molecular arrangement before and after welding.
All bivalve larvae were imaged using an Omax M837PL trinocular inverted polarizing microscope.
Suspecting renal amyloidosis secondary to TB, the slides were sent for examination under polarizing microscope, which showed the absence of apple-green birefringence in the slides pretreated with permanganate solution and, hence, confirmed the diagnosis of secondary renal amyloidosis.
As in the first edition, they emphasize the value and importance of the polarizing microscope and related techniques.
Within the realm of formulation, The LV100N research polarizing microscope, the multi-purpose AZ100 Multizoom upright zoom microscope, covering a wide range of magnifications, and Nikon's top of the range high zoom SMZ25 and SMZ18 stereomicroscopes, in particular, can be used to study a wide range of properties.
Oremicrocopy is one of the classical, but most useful techniques to identify the opaque mineral by reflected-light polarizing microscope.
Through the use of a polarizing microscope, fiber types can be identified and compared to possible sources of such contamination, such as tack cloths, wipe rags, filters, paper products, clothing, etc.
The lesion showed rhomboid-shaped and blunt-ended crystals (black arrows) with weak positive birefringence under polarizing microscope in the sections stained with the Shidham method (Figure 2, D and H).
An observer may use a polarizing microscope to examine crystals in geological samples and analyze the effect of stress on biological structures.