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Laboratory Ultrasonic cleaner

The ultrasonic cleaner is a microprocessor-controlled device that uses ultrasonic or high-frequency sound waves to clean the jewelry and other delicate items. Ultrasonic cleaning is based on the cavitation effect caused by high-frequency ultrasonic wave vibration signals in fluid. Microscopic bubbles that expand and rapidly collapse cause cavitation, which creates an effective cleaning action on the surface of the object being cleaned. Additionally, the bubbles are small enough to penetrate even microscopic crevices, cleaning them thoroughly and consistently.

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Digital Microscopes: A Complete Guide

Need Microscopes for your Lab? Click here Digital Microscopes: An Overview From full-size units to pocket models, microscopes are complex tools that facilitate the analysis of

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Visual Patching Imaging Chamber

Visual patching and imaging chamber is a temperature control device employed to maintain the specimen temperature, thereby preserving it in optimal conditions for a longer duration during imaging or electrophysiological experiments.

A visual patching imaging chamber is a device used in neuroscience research to study the activity of neurons in the brain. It typically consists of a chamber that is used to hold an animal, such as a mouse or a fly, in place while a microscope is used to image the brain. The chamber is designed to allow researchers to selectively “patch” or stimulate specific areas of the brain while also being able to observe the neural activity in that region. This technique is known as “in vivo patch-clamp” and it is used to understand the function of individual neurons and neural circuits.

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Series Polarizing Microscope with Halogen Lamp

The Series Polarizing Microscope with Halogen Lamp uses reflected and transmitted light to observe birefringent materials such as rocks and polymers. The halogen lamp is used as a light source, and a pair of polarizing filters produce polarized light.

The microscope is equipped with an eyepiece, eyepiece tube, blue and frosted filters, polarizer, and collector. It supports both binocular and trinocular heads that can be inclined at 30°. It comes with 4 achromatic objective lenses with different magnifications. In addition, it has a quadruple nosepiece sliding polarizing analyzer, 120 mm rotatable, and double layer mechanical stage with 75mm×35mm moving range which helps not only in moving the stage in a vertical direction but also along the horizontal axes. The coaxial coarse and fine focus system includes a minimum division of fine focusing up to 2 microns. An Abbe condenser is used to focus the light onto the specimen. Furthermore, a 6V 20W halogen lamp and a polarizer are used to illuminate the sample.

ConductScience offers the Polarizing Microscope with Halogen Lamp.

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Safranin Staining

Need stains for your experiments? Click here Introduction Safranin is a cationic dye used in histology and cytology to distinguish and identify different tissues and cells. 

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What is Autoradiography?

As an Amazon Associate, ConductScience Inc. earns revenue from qualifying purchases Autoradiography is an imaging technique that uses radioactive sources contained within the exposed sample. In

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AccuSection Rotary Microtome

Our AccuSection Rotary microtome is an automatic, semi-automatic, and manual Microtome that meets the different needs of microtomists that cuts the sections of biological specimens into thin slices for use in microscopy. It is used to prepare thin layers of bone, minerals, teeth, and hair with section thicknesses ranging from 1 micron to 60 microns. Hard materials that use synthetic resins, they can slice up to 0.5 microns.

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