Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Tuesday, 17 February 2015
A stereo microscope certainly is the most widespread type of microscope. From industrial QS applications to the biomedical field, from professional environments to amateur usage: no other type of light microscope can claim to have a similar appreciation.
This success is based on its characteristics:
- Low magnification
- 3-D image
- True sided image
- No sample preparation needed
Especially in educational environments, there is no better instrument to take the first steps into the “world of small things”. Sample preparation for a regular transmitted light microscope is often associated with
Friday, 13 February 2015
The femur, or thigh bone, is the longest, heaviest, and strongest bone in the entire human body. All of the body’s weight is supported by the femurs during many activities, such as running, jumping, walking, and standing. Extreme forces also act upon the femur thanks to the strength of the muscles of the hip and thigh that act on the femur to move the leg. The femur is classified structurally as a long bone and is a major component of the appendicular skeleton.
Bone is living tissue and has a hard, relatively rigid matrix. The matrix contains numerous collagen fibres and is
Monday, 9 February 2015
From industrial applications to the biomedical field, from professional environments to amateur usage: A stereo microscope fits to all application fields. Flexibility in optics and illumination here is the key issue.
Motic’s well-established SMZ171 comes with extended resolution power and multiple illumination options. The standard optical configuration