Article - 26 Dec 2007
Filters are manufactured into a number of shapes and sizes. Filters can be used to pass or eliminate bands of wavelength ranging from hundreds of nanometers in size down to a single wavelength.
Article - 12 Jun 2013
Absorptive filters are essentially glass filters that are dyed or pigmented gelatin resins. Like any other filter, absorptive filters allow light of certain wavelengths to pass through. These are...
Article - 25 May 2021
Polarized light microscopy uses polarized light that travels through a double refracting material, then generated into a high-contrast image via the collection of light by a second polarizing filter....
Article - 14 May 2018
There are thousands of different types of lasers which are divided into different types according to the lasing medium they use. The most common ‘types’ of laser are gas, liquid, solid-state and...
Article - 28 Jan 2020
Polymers are one of the most widely used material classes in the world today, and there are many different types of polymers.
Article - 31 Jan 2014
Gain medium is a quantum system that amplifies laser beams by means of stimulated emission.
Article - 15 Oct 2007
THis article discusses the differences between dye, fiber hosted, semiconductor, solid-state and free electron lasers.
Article - 3 Sep 2010
TIRFM makes use of an optical effect that can observe fluorescent events occurring at the interface between two optical media of different refractive indices.
Article - 24 Sep 2019
This article discusses the benefits of piezo technology in super resolution microscopy from PI.
Article - 5 Feb 2020
This page discusses the best filters to use for FISH imaging.