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  • Microscopes pour les secteurs de l'énergie, extraction minière et ressources naturelles

    Microscopes pour les secteurs de l'énergie, extraction minière et ressources naturelles

    Dynamiser l'infrastructure mondiale tout en maintenant la durabilité est la priorité principale. Leica Microsystems dispose de solutions de microscopie puissantes et personnalisables pour vous assurer de tirer le maximum de vos ressources, vous guider dans de nouveaux projets, développer la nouvelle énergie qui alimentera le monde et rechercher la richesse des ressources naturelles dans notre environnement.
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  • Microscopes pour la géologie, les sciences de l'environnement, la paléontologie et les sciences de la Terre

    Microscopes pour la géologie, les sciences de l'environnement, la paléontologie et les sciences de la Terre

    Recherchez et découvrez des solutions aux problèmes de routine ou aux grands défis dans les domaines de la conservation environnementale ou des géosciences, grâce aux systèmes de microscopie versatiles et fiables de Leica Microsystems.
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  • Microscopes pour la science des matériaux, physique et ingénierie

    Microscopes pour la science des matériaux, physique et ingénierie

    Soyez à la pointe de la recherche en science des matériaux, physique et ingénierie grâce aux systèmes de microscopie de haute qualité destinés aux institutions scientifiques. Pour vous aider dans vos découvertes et vos tests, vous avez besoin de microscopes, de caméras et de logiciels puissants, fiables et abordables pour inspecter, analyser, mesurer et documenter une grande variété d'échantillons. Leica Microsystems offre des systèmes d'imagerie conçus de manière ergonomique et de haute qualité pour s'attaquer aux applications de routine, mais aussi pour relever les grands défis de la recherche en science des matériaux.
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  • Micropolarimetric Analysis of Guard Cell Walls in M. Koenigii versus De Novo Localized Starch Granules in Freshly-Isolated Potato Tuber

    Micropolarimetric Analysis of Guard Cell Walls in M. Koenigii versus De Novo Localized Starch Granules in Freshly-Isolated Potato Tuber

    Polarized light microscopy (PLM) has often been utilized in the fields of geology and the material sciences with significant implications in determining the mineral compositions and structures of composite materials (e.g. fibers) through the use of typical quartz wedge compensators, mica quarter-waveplates and de Sénarmont compensation.
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  • Metallography – an Introduction

    Metallography – an Introduction

    Metallography is the study of the microstructure of all types of metallic alloys. It can be more precisely defined as the scientific discipline of observing and determining the chemical and atomic structure and spatial distribution of the constituents, inclusions or phases in metallic alloys. By extension, these same principles can be applied to the characterization of any material.
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  • Metallography with Color and Contrast

    Metallography with Color and Contrast

    The examination of microstructure morphology plays a decisive role in materials science and failure analysis. There are many possibilities of visualizing the real structures of materials in the light microscope. The image samples shown in this article demonstrate the information potential of some of the techniques used.
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  • Polarization Contrast

    Polarization Contrast

    Polarization microscopy is routinely applied in material sciences and geology to identify minerals on the basis of characteristic refraction properties and colors. In biology, polarization microscopy is commonly used for identification or imaging of birefringent structures like crystals, or for imaging of cellulose in cell walls of plants and starch grains.
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  • Exclusive Aesthetics of Nature

    Exclusive Aesthetics of Nature

    Gemstones have fascinated people for thousands of years. Rulers and kings used to demonstrate their power and wealth with jewel-studded insignia. Although fine jewellery is still a status symbol of the rich, we now tend to treasure these wonders of nature more for our own pleasure in beauty and harmony.
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  • Quality as Clear as Glass - Polarizing Microscopy in Glass Production

    Quality as Clear as Glass - Polarizing Microscopy in Glass Production

    An exquisite beverage deserves a high-quality glass. Even the ancient Romans made artistically crafted drinking glasses. In the Middle Ages, Venetian glassmakers were famous for the purity of their glass. One of the oldest materials known to man, glass is used today in many areas, in which it must meet the most stringent quality standards.
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