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Zircon is ubiquitous in the crust of Earth. It occurs as a common accessory mineral in igneous rocks as primary crystallization products , in metamorphic rocks and as detrital grains in sedimentary rocks. Their average size in granite rocks is about 0. Because of their uranium and thorium content, some zircons undergo metamictization. Connected to internal radiation damage, these processes partially disrupt the crystal structure and partly explain the highly variable properties of zircon. As zircon becomes more and more modified by internal radiation damage, the density decreases, the crystal structure is compromised, and the color changes.

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Aug 27, 5: The small round objects inside are eggs. Gabriel Kelemen Amoeba shells, Gerd Guenther Gerd Guenther took this light micrograph of the empty shells of an amoeba.

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The lacquer was literally peeling off, the fine focus didn’t work and one lens was almost totally opaque due to a thick dust cover! Fortunately, except for the lacquer, the microscope could be brought to a better state. Some historical background I’m not at all an expert in microscopes history. Fields of Birmingham for an inexpensive microscope for medical students.

The design requirements outlined a microscope that had two lenses, and could be disassembled and stored in a compact box. The instrument had to sell for a specified low price and the prize winner had to agree to keep the microscope always available for purchase. The popularity of the design was such that most manufacturers produced their own models with slight variations. In the Royal Microscopical Society standardized the thread size for screwing the objective into the microscope.

The thread pitch is measured at 36 to an inch with a diameter of. Modifications have been made to the standard over time, but it is essentially the same today. For instance, here are two examples of such stands I found in the Billings microscope collection: Since the Watson microscope reviewed here has both the London Society of Arts pattern and RMS thread, it is typically dated after See further below for some discussion about its possible age.

The stand This stand is simple, yet sufficiently stable and robust.

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Bournemouth – Hengistbury Head – Bibliography. Pleistocene evolution of the Solent River of southern England. Quaternary Science Reviews, 12,

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This is a manuscript of the 3rd edition, a work in progress sponsored by the US National Science Foundation. The first edition was published by Third Millenium Books, Novato, California, in and as noted below, copyright was reassigned to the author upon breakup of that company. As to conditions for use, Dr. Grosch says “make sure it’s as generous as possible.

The only restriction I really want is, no alterations, or elisions which change [my] intentions. The only cautions for viewing, other than sheer size, are the presence of several tables, which browsers such as Lynx might not format correctly, and the fact that it contains a fair number of words in German, French, and other languages containing accented characters, coded in ISO Latin Alphabet 1, properly announced.

The Index which applies only through Chapter 25 is fully linked, and page anchors have been added through the end of Chapter 25, and correspond to the printed pages of the first edition which has 24 chapters and no index. Page numbers appear inline, representing the beginning of the corresponding printed page, as [-xx-] in red if your browser and computer permit , where xx is the page number.

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In excellent condition this is a Cooke x80 Apo oil immersion objective with an impressive numerical aperture of 1. A fine objective from a time when microscopes were at the forefront of medical research American Optical x10 Price: A relatively rare American made lens in good condition. Infinity corrected with a numerical aperture of 0. In very good condition this is a Leitz L32 objective with a numerical aperture of 0.

Standard RMS screw thread.

Various lists of scientists who shaped world history. Plus a list of 48 scientists who were devout Christians, from the book Scientists of Faith, by Dan Graves.

This is an extremely rare very early reichert with integral transmitted illumination. Finished in brass and black in very good condition. Twin objective turret with twin coarse focus and single fine focus controls and a focusing condenser. This still works although there no transformer is supplied because of current safety regulations. A superb collectors piece. Brass Antique Microscope Price:

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Grand Rapids, MI; The book is subtitled: The book lists members scientists without regard to which particular denomination they belonged to, whether Catholic, Presbyterian, Methodist, Quaker, Latter-day Saint, Lutheran, Eastern Orthodox, or otherwise.

W. Watson and Son was an optical instrument maker. In , the William Watson business was established in London for the manufacture of optical the s, the company moved into lanterns, slides and associated equipment.

There are a few marks on the side of the barrel but the optical performance is not affected. Standard RMS screw thread. Numerical aperture of 0. Numerical aperture of 1. This is a semi- plan, DIN standard objective with a numerical aperture of 0. A collectors piece but also a good lens.

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Five stories describing the birth of electron microprobe dating in various places. Abstract This paper is a testimony of how electron microprobe dating of monazite was developed in the early days of this technique, in the 90’s. The first results were published in , with great difficulty. Progressive improvement of the method finally allowed the Nagoya team to date Cenozoic monazite.

The technique was re-discovered in Clermont-Ferrand using a Cameca Camebax microprobe.

Zircon (/ ˈ z ɜːr k ɒ n / or / ˈ z ɜːr k ən /) is a mineral belonging to the group of chemical name is zirconium silicate, and its corresponding chemical formula is Zr SiO 4.A common empirical formula showing some of the range of substitution in zircon is (Zr 1–y, REE y)(SiO 4) 1–x (OH) 4x– forms in silicate melts with large proportions of high field.

Zeiss Antique Brass Microscope This is a fine antique monocular brass microscope in its original case dating from approximately It has no makers name but there are features that attest to its quality. The brass is in good condition for its age. The microscope has two objectives each with its own brass objective pot and ine eyepiece. The stage has a slide holder and very unusually has a dissection plate assembly with tether points that can be attached to the microscope stage.

Condition very good taking into account their obvious age. It is rare to find these units that have all the accessory filters still in place. The mirror does show its age but without pickling or loss of mirroring. These drawing attachments depend upon a balance of lighting between the illuminated specimen down the microscope and the light available for the drawing paper hence the range of neutral density filters in the box which can be used to balance the two.

Original case in good condition, a real collectors item. This particular instrument has been well looked after and the original wooden case has been sympathetically restored to a good finish. This is a students microscope with a cut away stage to allow larger specimen study at that time. The brass work is in very good condition and there are three objectives and one eyepiece.

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So why has a new analysis of DNA structure been reported so poorly? It wasn’t the fault of the scientists involved, but the sloppy way the result was reported that got my scientific goat. The accompanying article interspersed fact with fancy before finally concluding that the new imaging technique would enable us to see “how it interacts with proteins and RNA”. I’ll explain why in a minute but first let’s look at New Scientist’s coverage of the same paper.

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Biology comes from the Greek word for life, bis, and the Greek word for thought or reasoning, logos. It denotes the science that studies life, the properties and processes that sustain life, the evolutionary history of life, and particular living organisms. It is a science of enormous diversity, breadth, and heterogeneity unified only by the conceptual framework provided by the theory of evolution.

Indeed, as famously noted in by the Russian evolutionary geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky — , “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution”—a quote now replicated in so many university-level textbooks that it is almost a dictum in modern biology. One reason for the diversity of biology comes from the staggering diversity of organisms that can be considered living. These range from viruses, bacteria, and fungi to plants and animals, including humans.

Another reason is that life can be studied on various levels in a hierarchy that ranges from the organic-macromolecular level to genes, cells, tissues, organs, and entire organisms. Furthermore, organisms interact in, and can be organized into, families, communities, societies, species, populations, biomes or biota, and perhaps even the global systems as in the controversial Gaia hypothesis, which postulates that the earth itself is a living organism.

To a large extent, biological subdisciplines are organized around each of these levels of activity or organization.

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Microscope lamps of the past. The mirror is used only to fold the optical path of the microscope into a convenient space. It also introduces another source of potential maladjustment into the system, and another surface to collect dust. Having said this, the mirror does not need to be of the highest optical quality to do its job, nor does a small amount of dust on the mirror make much difference to the quality of the image.

A slight film of fine dust such as remains after dusting the mirror with a blower brush can actually be useful in locating the beam of light from the lamp when setting up the instrument. Always use the flat side of the mirror in combination with a substage condenser. The substage condenser fitted to most microscopes is of a design originated by Ernst Abbe in the late s and is usually referred to as the Abbe condenser.

Whilst condensers of higher correction are available, the Abbe condenser has proven to be quite satisfactory for routine microscopy. A substage condenser of some kind is an absolute requirement for serious — or at least satisfactory — microscopy. The objectives from x20 upwards require the subject to be illuminated evenly over quite a large angle, and neither a concave mirror nor especially a flat mirror is capable of achieving this.

If no condenser is used with a high power objective, the result is an image which is dark, coarse, contrasty and lacking in detail — described by earlier microscopists as “a rotten image”. Lower power objectives however, can give acceptable, even quite pleasing images without a condenser if the mirror is directed toward a close, well frosted lightbulb or a bright white cloud.

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