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Introduction of Polarizing Microscope
The polarizing microscope, also known as the petrological microscope or petrographic microscope, is the principal piece of equipment used by geologist to observe the optical properties of minerals. Its application is indispensable in petrography, crystallography, mineralogy, geology, chemical microscopy etc. In industries as well as in University Laboratories, it permits orthoscopic or conoscopic examination to identify the structures and characteristics of materials with highly resolved and distinct images of various magnifications. A difference between Polarizing Microscope and Ore Microscope is that, in Polarizing Microscope only transparent slides can be observed, whereas in Ore Microscope, optical properties of opaque geological slides (minerals) can also be observed. Polarizing Microscope is a principal piece of equipment used by the geologists to observe the optical properties of minerals. It has indispensable applications for Petrography, Crystallography, Geology or finding stress points in metal, glass and textiles, etc. It permits orthoscopically or conoscopically to examine and identify the structures of material with highly resolved distinctive images under various magnifications.
Introduction of Research Polarizing Microscope
Research Polarizing Microscope is a principal piece of equipment used by the geologists to observe the optical properties of minerals. It has indispensable applications for Petrography, Crystallography, Geology, Mineralogy, Ceramics, Toxicology, Chemical Microscopy or detecting defects in semiconductors or finding stress points in metal, glass and textiles, etc. It permits orthoscopically or conoscopically to examine and identify the structures and Characteristic of material with highly resolved distinctive images under various magnifications.
Introduction of Ore Microscope (Polarizing Microscope With Reflected Illuminator)
Polarising Microscope is basically a regular microscope combined with a pair of polarising filters, intermediate tube and optical compensator. This combination is made in order to observe the optical properties of double reflecting materials. Ore Microscope is a combination of Polarising Microscope and Incident Polarising Illuminator. Its application is indispensable in Petrography, Crystallography, Mineralogy, Geology, Chemical Microscopy etc. Incident Polarising Illuminator is having an independent transformer and should be operated only when it is required.


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