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Tag : Polarized Light Microscopy

Rhenium by Polarized Light Microscopy

Rhenium is one of the rarest elements in the earths crust, and has one of the highest boiling points at an estimated 5873K. Ever wonder what it looks like under the microscope?

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Bromine by Polarized Light Microscopy

Polarized light microscopy brings out incredible colors in chemicals. Have a look at Bromine under the microscope.

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Holmium (Metal) by Polarized Light Microscopy

Holmium (a metal) looks fairly interesting by polarized light microscopy.

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Asprin by Polarized Light Microscopy

Take a peek at Aspirin under the microscope, fairly incredible!

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Salicylic Acid by Polarized Light Microscopy

Salicylic acid, a key ingredient in anti-acne products looks quite interesting under the microscope, displaying a small amount of birefringence.

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