Understanding Light Microscopy
This book introduces readers to the modern light microscope. It can be used alone or in conjunction with a practical course. The contents begin with an account of how the light microscope works, and how to set up the instrument for optimum performance. It explains the nature of light, its influence on the function of the microscope, and the practical implications. Chapters then discuss different types of available light microscopy modes, along with a guide on how to choose between transmitted or reflected light microscopes: wide-field, confocal, deconvolution, or multi-photon microscopes.
848 Seiten, Hardcover