microscope stage


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microscope stage

[′mī·krə‚skōp ‚stāj]
(optics)
The platform on which specimens are placed for microscopic examination.
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The suspension of cells was held on a glass coverslip placed on the microscope stage, above the objective lens.
Each quantification question simulates the movement of the microscope stage so that multiple microscope fields can be viewed and counted.
Holliston, MA, 7/1/98-Harvard Apparatus acquired the research product lines of Medical Systems, which include micro-iontophoretic pumps, pico-liter pneumatic injectors, microscope stage incubators, real time chemical sensors, and tissue oxygen analyzers.
Using a rheological cell on a microscope stage is useful to study substances, including foods and additives, that have a complex microstructure.
If the worm crawls too far, a motorized microscope stage brings it back.
The Transmission Electron Aberration-corrected Microscope (TEAM) Electron Microscope Stage is the answer to 3-D atomic-resolution electronic imaging from researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, Calif., FEI Company, Hillsboro, Ore., and Attocube Systems, Munich, Germany.
The increase in acquisition rate comes from synchronizing a sensitive EMC-CD detector with a fast and accurate microscope stage and tying it all together with software that can process vast amounts of data quickly.
To view changes in the crystal structure of materials during sintering or annealing processes at the light optical microscope level, a high temperature furnace microscope stage is required that has a short working distance between the heated sample surface and the objective lens of the microscope.
While the electron microscope took high-resolution pictures, he used a tough nanotube attached to the STM's probe to manipulate a multiwall nanotube fixed to the microscope stage.