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|Application:||Metal, Silicon Wafers||Certification:||CE, Rohs|
|Drawtube:||Binocular, Trinocular||Illumination:||Halogen Lamp|
|Magnification:||40X - 400X||Theory:||Polarizing Light Microscope|
Metal Polarizing Microscopes Laboratory Binocular Microscope , Rohs A15.1017
The polarized light microscope is designed to observe and photograph specimens that are visible primarily due to their optically anisotropic character. Polarized light microscopes have a high degree of sensitivity and can be utilized for both quantitative and qualitative studies targeted at a wide range of anisotropic specimens. Qualitative polarizing microscopy is very popular in practice, with numerous volumes dedicated to the subject. In contrast, the quantitative aspects of polarized light microscopy, which is primarily employed in crystallography, represent a far more difficult subject that is usually restricted to geologists, mineralogists, and chemists.
Eyepiece: Wide field WF10x/18mm
Focus System: Coaxial coarse/fine focus system, with tension adjustable and limit stopper, minimum division of fine focusing: 0.002mm
Stage: Rotatable stage, Diameter Φ150mm, 360° graduated (in 1degree increments), minimum retardation resolution 6' center adjustable and with tightener
Head: Seidentopf Head, Inclined 30°, Rotatable 360°, Interpupillary Distance 48-75mm, Left Eyepiece Tube Diopter Adjustable +/-5°, Trinocular Head Light Split 20:80.
Eyepiece: WF10x/18mm, 1 pc， WF10x/18mm, With Micrometer 0.1mm Div., 1 pc
Nosepiece: Quadruple, Center Adjustable
Objective: 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x