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Optics of the Compound Microscope Frontispiece
Care of oculars
Large stage microscopes
Hot stage microscopes
Different modes of illumination
Condensers Abbe condensers
Objectives for use with darkground illuminators
Step micrometers 1 53
Polarized light its properties and applications
Polarized light without a Nicol prism
Directions or axes of vibration of crystals
Characteristics of the six crystal systems
Behavior of air bubbles and oil globules
Refractive index of anisotropic crystals
Determination of thickness by refractive index
The slit ultramicroscope and its adjustment
Reflecting condenser ultramicroscopes
The Jentzsch reflecting condenser
Adjustment of vertical illuminators
Maintaining the alignment of illuminator and radiant
Shop or Works microscopes
Drawing eyepieces i5
Calibration of microspectroscopes
Watch glasses and evaporators
Micrometry with a camera lucida
Analysis of powdered material
Volume and weight per cents area measurements
Preparation of special reagents
Grinding abrasive wheels
Books for reference
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Internet Archive: Details: Elementary chemical microscopy
Elementary chemical microscopy (1915). Elementary chemical microscopy (1915). Author: Chamot, Emile Monnin, 1868-1950 Digitizing Sponsor: MSN ...
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Chemistry, Microscopy, and the Nanoworld - Chemical Heritage Magazine
In his 1915 textbook Elementary Chemical Microscopy Émile Monnin Chamot noted with dismay that “the American Chemist, usually ready to accept with alacrity ...
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MMJ | The Literature of Classical Microchemistry, Spot Tests, and ...
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