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Ultraviolet microscope

ultraviolet microscope

(Science: instrument) A microscope having optics of quartz and fluorite that allow transmission of light waves shorter than those of the visible spectrum, i.e., below 400 nm; the image is made visible by photography, fluorescence of special glasses, or television; in a scanning instrument the receptor is a multiplier phototube.


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... typically auto-fluorescent with both red and green emissions evoked by ultraviolet light. Isolated particles can exhibit electrostatic attractions ... suspended in distilled water. The particle was viewed with an inverted microscope using a 10 objective. The small hand held magnet of 80 gauss ...

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