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THE USE OF INTERFERENCE SEPARATORY REFLECTORS IN FLUORESCENT MICROSCOPY,
ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD
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The brightness of the fluorescent picture observable in the microscope has a substantial importance for fluorescent microscopy. Both the ability of the eye to differentiate the form of the most minute structures of a preparation and the ability of the eye to discriminate fine color shades depend on the brightness of the image to a great degree. Considerable difficulties are commonly encountered in producing adequate brightness of picture in the fluorescent microscope. Author
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