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An introduction to microscopy by means of light, electrons, x-rays, or ultrasound

Author: T G Rochow; Eugene George Rochow
Publisher: New York : Plenum Press, ©1978.
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Rochow, T.G.
Introduction to microscopy by means of light, electrons, x-rays, or ultrasound.
New York : Plenum Press, ©1978
(OCoLC)607894969
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: T G Rochow; Eugene George Rochow
ISBN: 0306311119 9780306311116
OCLC Number: 3842678
Description: xvi, 367 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. A Brief History of Microscopy.- 1.1. Introduction.- 1.2. Corrections for Aberrations.- 1.3. Dark-Field Microscopy.- 1.4. Polarizing Microscope.- 1.5. The Short History of Electron Microscopes.- 1.6. Brief History of the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM).- 1.7. The Electron-Probe Microanalyzer (EPMA).- 1.8. History of Field-Emission Microscopes.- 1.9. Scanning Acoustic Microscopy.- 2. Definitions, Attributes Contributing to Visibility, and Principles.- 2.1. Definitions and Attributes Contributing to Visibility.- 2.2. Principles in Terms of Attributes.- 2.2.1. Thought, Memory, and Imagination.- 2.2.2. Resolving Power.- 2.2.3. Resolution.- 2.2.4. Contrast Perception.- 2.2.5. Refractive Aberrations.- 2.2.6. Cleanliness and Orderliness.- 2.2.7. Depth of Focus.- 2.2.8. Focus.- 2.2.9. Illumination.- 2.2.10. Radiation.- 2.2.11. Anisotropy.- 2.2.12. Magnification.- 2.2.13. Field of View.- 2.2.14. Antiglare Devices.- 2.2.15. Cues to Depth.- 2.2.16. Working Distance.- 2.2.17. Depth of Field.- 2.2.18. Structure of the Specimen.- 2.2.19. Morphology of the Specimen.- 2.2.20. Information about the Specimen.- 2.2.21. Experimentation.- 2.2.22. Preparation of the Specimen.- 2.2.23. Behavior of the Specimen.- 2.2.24. Photomicrography.- 2.3. Summary.- 3. Simple and Compound Microscopes.- 3.1. The Limiting Resolution.- 3.2. Simple Microscope: One Lens System.- 3.3. Compound Microscope: Two or More Lens Systems.- 3.4. Stereo Compound Microscopes.- 3.5. The Biological Microscope.- 3.5.1. Attitudes.- 3.5.2. Experience.- 3.5.3. Learning and Teaching.- 3.5.4. Resolving Power.- 3.5.5. Resolution.- 3.5.6. Contrast.- 3.5.7. Corrections for Aberrations.- 3.5.8. Cleanliness.- 3.5.9. Depth of Focus.- 3.5.10. Focusing.- 3.5.11. Illumination.- 3.5.12. Radiation.- 3.5.13. Anisotropy.- 3.5.14. Magnification.- 3.5.15. Field of View.- 3.5.16. Antiglare.- 3.5.17. Cues to Depth.- 3.5.18. Depth of Field.- 3.5.19. Working Distance.- 3.5.20. Structure of the Specimen.- 3.5.21. Morphology of the Specimen.- 3.5.22. Information about the Specimen.- 3.5.23. Experimentation.- 3.5.24. Preparation of the Specimen.- 3.5.25. Behavior of the Specimen.- 3.5.26. Photomicrography.- 3.6. Summary.- 4. Compound Microscopes Using Reflected Light.- 4.1. Study of Surfaces by Reflected Light.- 4.2. Resolving Power.- 4.3. Contrast.- 4.4. Corrections for Aberrations.- 4.5. Cleanliness of the Specimen.- 4.6. Depth of Focus.- 4.7. Role of Focus.- 4.8. Illumination.- 4.9. Radiation.- 4.10. Magnification.- 4.11. Field of View.- 4.12. Problems of Glare.- 4.13. Cue to Depth.- 4.14. Depth of Field.- 4.15. Working Distance.- 4.16. Study of Structure.- 4.17. Study of Morphology.- 4.18. Information about the Specimen.- 4.19. Experimentation.- 4.20. Behavior of the Specimen.- 4.21. Preparation of the Specimen.- 4.22. Photomicrographic Techniques.- 4.23. Summary.- 5. Microscopy with Polarized Light.- 5.1. The Overhead Projector.- 5.2. Anisotropy.- 5.3. Numerical Aperture and Interference Figures.- 5.4. Resolution: Interaction of Specimen and Polarized Light.- 5.5. Contrast: Michel-Levy Interference Chart.- 5.5.1. Retardation Plates.- 5.5.2. Thickness of the Specimen.- 5.6. Correction for Aberrations Due to Strain.- 5.7. Cleanliness: Freedom from Interference Films.- 5.8. Depth of Focus.- 5.9. Focus.- 5.10. Illumination.- 5.11. Radiation.- 5.12. Magnification.- 5.13. Field of View of an Interference Figure.- 5.14. Glare.- 5.15. Cues to Depth.- 5.16. Depth of Field.- 5.17. Working Distance.- 5.18. Structure of the Specimen.- 5.19. Morphology of the Specimen.- 5.20. Information about the Specimen.- 5.21. Experimentation.- 5.22. Behavior of the Specimen.- 5.23. Preparation of the Specimen.- 5.24. Photography.- 5.25. Summary.- 6. The Microscopical Properties of Fibers.- 6.1. Introduction.- 6.2. The Eight Optical Properties of Fibers.- 6.3. Molecular Anisotropy.- 6.4. Anisotropy: Molecular Orientation and Organization.- 6.5. Transparent Sheets, Foils, and Films.- 6.6. Summary.- 7. Microscopical Properties of Crystals.- 7.1. Structural Classifications.- 7.2. Morphology.- 7.3. Miller Indices.- 7.4. Isomorphism.- 7.5. Skeletal Morphology.- 7.6. Isotropic System.- 7.7. Uniaxial Crystals.- 7.8. Biaxial Crystals.- 7.9. Optical Properties of the Liquid-Crystalline or Mesomorphic State.- 7.10. Thermotropic, Mesomorphic, Single Compounds.- 7.11. Kinds of Morphology (Texture).- 7.11.1. Homeotropic Textures.- 7.11.2. Focal Conic Textures.- 7.11.3. Other Smectic Textures.- 7.11.4. Nematic Textures.- 7.11.5. Cholesteric Textures.- 7.12. Lyotropic Phases.- 7.13. Summary.- 8. Photomicrography.- 8.1. Photomicrograph: Image Produced by Light, Electrons, or X-Rays.- 8.2. Two Attitudes: Artistic versus Scientific.- 8.3. Experience: Records of Negatives.- 8.4. Imagination.- 8.5. Resolving Power.- 8.6. Resolution by Photomacrographic Lenses.- 8.7. Contrast: Nature of Photosensitive Materials.- 8.8. Corrections for Aberrations.- 8.9. Cleanliness in the Darkroom.- 8.10. Depth of Focus.- 8.11. Focusing.- 8.12. Illumination.- 8.13. Spectrum of Effective Radiation.- 8.14. Anisotropy.- 8.15. Useful Magnification in Photomacrographs.- 8.16. Field of View.- 8.17. Summary.- 9. Contrast: Phase, Amplitude, and Color.- 9.1. Contrast: Colorless and Color.- 9.2. Interference: Destructive and Constructive.- 9.3. Phase-Amplitude Contrast.- 9.4. Phase-Amplitude Contrast in Determining Refractive Index.- 9.5. Variable Phase-Amplitude Microscopy.- 9.6. Modulation-Contrast Microscopy.- 9.7. Dispersion Staining.- 9.8. Special Accessories.- 9.9. The Schlieren Microscope.- 9.10. Summary.- 10. Interferometry in Microscopy.- 10.1. Interference of Two Whole Beams.- 10.2. Kinds of Interference Microscopes.- 10.2.1. Single Microscopes.- 10.2.2. Double Microscopes.- 10.3. Applications to Highly Birefringent Specimens.- 10.4. Summary.- 11. Microscopical Stages.- 11.1. Introduction.- 11.2. Micromanipulators.- 11.3. Heatable Stages.- 11.3.1. Hot Stages with Long Working Distances.- 11.3.2. Hot Stages with Short Working Distances.- 11.3.3. Hot-Wire Stage.- 11.4. Very Hot Stage.- 11.5. Cold Stages.- 11.6. Other Special Cells and Cuvettes.- 11.7. Summary.- 12. Transmission Electron Microscopy.- 12.1. Electron Microscopes.- 12.2. Electron Lenses.- 12.3. Resolving Power.- 12.4. Resolution.- 12.5. Contrast.- 12.6. Aberrations.- 12.7. Cleanliness.- 12.8. Depth of Focus.- 12.9. Focus.- 12.10. Illumination.- 12.11. Anisotropy.- 12.12. Useful Magnification.- 12.13. Field of View.- 12.14. Artifacts.- 12.15. Cues to Depth.- 12.16. Thickness of the Specimen.- 12.17. Depth of Field.- 12.18. Structure of the Specimen.- 12.19. Morphology of the Specimen.- 12.20. Information about the Specimen.- 12.21. Experimentation.- 12.22. Preparation of the Specimen.- 12.23. Electron Micrography.- 12.24. Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (STEM).- 12.25. Summary.- 13. Scanning Electron Microscopy.- 13.1. Introduction.- 13.2. Resolving Power.- 13.3. Resolution.- 13.4. Contrast.- 13.5. Aberrations.- 13.6. Cleanliness.- 13.7. Depth of Focus.- 13.8. Focusing.- 13.9. Illumination.- 13.10. Radiation.- 13.11. Useful Magnification.- 13.12. Field of View.- 13.13. Noise.- 13.14. Cues to Depth.- 13.15. Working Distance.- 13.16. Depth of Field.- 13.17. Structure.- 13.18. Morphology.- 13.19. Information.- 13.20. Dynamic Experimentation.- 13.21. Behavior of the Specimen.- 13.22. Preparation of the Specimen.- 13.23. Photomicrography.- 13.24. Summary.- 14. Field-Emission Microscopes.- 14.1. Introduction.- 14.2. Attributes Contributing to Visibility by Field-Emission Microscopy.- 14.2.1. Thought, Memory, and Imagination.- 14.2.2. Resolving Power.- 14.2.3. Resolution.- 14.2.4. Contrast.- 14.2.5. Aberrations.- 14.2.6. Cleanliness.- 14.2.7. Depth of Focus.- 14.2.8. Illumination.- 14.2.9. Radiation.- 14.2.10. Magnification.- 14.2.11. Field of View.- 14.2.12. Artifacts.- 14.2.13. Working Distance.- 14.2.14. Depth of Field.- 14.2.15. Structure.- 14.2.16. Morphology.- 14.2.17. Information.- 14.2.18. Experiments.- 14.2.19. Behavior.- 14.2.20. Preparation of the Specimen.- 14.3. Summary.- 15. X-Ray Microscopy.- 15.1. X-Rays.- 15.2. Condenser Lenses.- 15.3. X-Ray Holography.- 15.4. Summary.- 16. Acoustic Microscopy.- 16.1. Ultrasound Waves from Microspecimens.- 16.2. Acoustic Microscopes: SLAM versus SAM.- 16.2.1. Theoretical Resolving Power of the Acoustic Microscope.- 16.2.2. Practical Resolution of the Acoustic Microscope.- 16.2.3. Contrast in Acoustic Images.- 16.2.4. Aplanatic Lenses in SAM.- 16.2.5. Cleanliness in Acoustic Microscopes.- 16.2.6. Depth of Focus in SAM.- 16.2.7. Focusing SAM.- 16.2.8. Acoustic Radiation.- 16.2.9. Magnification.- 16.2.10. Field of View.- 16.2.11. Stray Acoustic Radiation.- 16.2.12. Three-Dimensional Aspect of SLAM.- 16.2.13. Thickness of the Specimen.- 16.2.14. Working Distance.- 16.2.15. Structure of the Specimen.- 16.2.16. Anisotropy.- 16.2.17. Morphology of the Specimen.- 16.2.18. Information about the Acoustical Image.- 16.2.19. Experiments with the Specimen.- 16.2.20. Behavior of the Specimen.- 16.2.21. Preparation of the Specimen.- 16.2.22. Photomicrography.- 16.3. Summary.- References.- Author Index.
Responsibility: Theodore George Rochow and Eugene George Rochow.

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