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What is an Optical Microscope?
Optical microscopes come in numerous shapes & sizes and are widely used in schools, the research & manufacturing industries, hospitals, etc. However, did you know that there are actually 2 main classes of optical microscopes, each having different advantages & limitations? […]
Reflective Versus Transmission Light
Reflection is the process by which electromagnetic radiation is returned either at the boundary between two media (surface reflection) or at the interior of a medium (volume reflection), whereas […]
Failure Analysis of Metal Alloy’s Microstructure
Metallurgy includes microstructure studies, typically boiled down to perform surface analysis on defects, grains, grain boundary and impurities. To conduct failure analysis for the material […]
Challenges in Polycaprolactone Nanofibres (PCL) Scaffold’s Strand
Nanofibre Technology has been a useful tool in stem cell biology due to its special properties in the biomedical applications. Electrospun Nanofibers constitute of different depth layers strands across the surface, leading to limited depth of field under Optical Microscope. To resolve the issue […]
QC for Raw Powder in Metal/Ceramic Injection Moulding
It has always been a challenge to assess the quality of injection mould as quality check can only be done after de-binding and sintering. Therefore, pre-examination of the raw powder quality is crucial […]
Digital or Traditional Microscopy?
The most traditional form of microscopy is optical microscopy, also known as light microscopy where it use visible light to view a sample through the magnification of a lens system […]