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in·fra·red mi·cro·scope

a microscope that is equipped with infrared transmitting optics and that measures the infrared absorption of minute samples with the aid of photoelectric cells; images may be observed with image converters or television.

in·fra·red mi·cro·scope

(in'fră-red mī'krŏ-skōp)
A microscope that is equipped with infrared transmitting optics and that measures the infrared absorption of minute samples with the aid of photoelectric cells; images may be observed with image converters or television.
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Sample viewing is a significant source of frustration in the operation of an infrared microscope.
The recent addition of imaging detectors to infrared microscopes has opened up many more applications of the technique.
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The Continu[micro]m infrared microscope from Nicolet and Spectra-Tech has an infinity-corrected optical design that provides crisp images and exceptional signal-to-noise rates.
Continu[micro]m infrared microscope has a new fluorescence illumination option, increased video image performance and a new high sensitivity capability for small samples.
On the other end of the spectrum is Olympus's new Model BHSM-IR Infrared Microscope, built especially for the semiconductor industry.
Infrared microscopes have become increasingly sophisticated since their introduction in 1984.

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