Tuesday, March 14, 2017 • 1:00 p.m.
Presented by Bill Chapin
Senior Research Microscopist, McCrone Associates
An understanding of lighting sources and even modest particle manipulation skills can unlock a new understanding of particle identification. Macroscopic observation of “dark” particles may reveal that they have distinctive shape/color or that the particles are heterogeneous rather than homogeneous, etc. Various light sources and their use will be discussed as well as a few “teases” about particle preparations that create homogeneous samples for instrumental analysis from heterogeneous samples. This brief webinar will not address particle identification by polarized light microscopy (PLM), but rather, will focus on the powerful use of stereomicroscopy – the beginning point of nearly all of the analyses performed at McCrone Associates.
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