Hold a polarising filter in front of your eyes, facing the light. Now hold another polariser in front of it and rotate it slowly.
If it is a circular polariser, the rotation will cause the filter to black out on one side only, and not at all if the polariser is turned over.
If it is a linear polariser, it will black out when rotated to 90 degrees whether front on or back to front.
Transmitted and incident light polarised microscopes
The XJP300 Series employs all non-stress plan optics and a reflected illumination system can also be attached. The infinity corrected optical system makes the study of thin sections and other mounted samples fast and easy, while delivering an excellent cost-to-performance ratio. Reliable performance ensures accuracy of every analysis.
There are two alignment adjustments for each objective on the nosepiece, and the rotating stage on either side of the stage.
|Standard Features for both microscopes||Optional accessories for both microscopes|
Packing size: 540 x 285 x 385mm Gross weight: 12kg Net weight: 10kg