Tag Archives: optical microscopy

It’s kaleidoscopic

So this week in Chem 3020, we did part II of the Optical Microscopy lab. But this time, instead of looking at fibers, we looked at the fusion of crystals of various explosive organic substances under a light microscope. This … Continue reading

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Fibers

This past week in CHEM 3020, we’ve been doing an Optical Microscopy lab, looking at fibers. It was actually pretty cool to look at various fibers (cotton, linen, nylon, fiberglass, etc.) under the microscope through different polarizers. I could go … Continue reading

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