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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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Other automated systems include the AIM-8800 infrared microscope and AIM View software, the AccuSpot system for fractioning separated samples, and automatic pipetting, according to Kevin McLaughlin, Shimadzu's senior marketing communications coordinator, Columbia, Md.
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.
The Thermo Scientific Nicolet iN10 MX can analyze much smaller samples than conventional infrared microscopes and can also create chemical maps significantly faster than existing technologies.
Infrared microscopes have become increasingly sophisticated since their introduction in 1984.

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