Basic microscope techniques
Preface - 1. The Compound Microscope - 2. Methods of illuminating and Using the Microscope - 3. The Stereomicroscope - 4. Measuring and Counting with the Microscope - 5. Preparing Mounts for the Microscope - 6. Collecting and Preparing Pure Cultures of Various Organisms - 7. The Polarizing Microscope - 8. The Phase-Contrast Microscope - 9. The Interference Microscope - 10. The Metallurgical Microscope - 11. Photomicrography - 12. Physical and Chemical Microscopy - Appendix - Index
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The Metallurgical Microscope
Physical and Chemical Microscopy
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