bright-field

bright-field

[′brīt ‚fēld]
(optics)
Having a brightly lighted background.
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Caption: FIGURE 3: TEM images and SAD patterns of the [Al.sub.84] [Fe.sub.16] alloy after the first crystallization peak: (a) bright-field TEM image of an amorphous area, (b) SAD pattern corresponding to the amorphous area, (c) bright-field TEM image of an area that had undergone crystallization, and (d) SAD pattern corresponding to (c) showing spots belonging to Al.
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The Opterra II also features a sub-10% field illumination uniformity; options for bypass capability for wide-field, bright-field, and TIRF imaging; a high-speed 10-position filter wheel; as well as photo-activation, spectral imaging and un-mixing capabilities.
Thus, one method to obtain a 3-D color image is to do a two-scan measurement: one scan with an interferometric objective delivering 3-D measurement data based on finding a best focus position for each pixel, and a second scan with a bright-field objective during which imaging information is collected only at the previously predetermined best-focus positions and then overlaid on the 3-D measurement data.
The technology is compatible with FFPE specimens, conventional chromogenic and fluorescent dyes, and is suitable for bright-field microscopy and multiplex analysis.