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View Resource Experimental and Teaching Modules

The site contains a set of experimental and teaching modules that cover the fundamentals, history and practice of microscopy. Modules on microscopy, FRET, FRAP and Quantitative Multidimensional Microscopy will be of interest to chemists and biologists. Several include graphics that would be helpful additions for instrumental analysis lectures.

View Resource Microscopy Primer

This site, sponsored by the Olympus company, provides a basic primer on microscopy. Sections of educational content include frequently asked questions, anatomy of the microscope, an interactive "virtual microscopy" tool, and a collection of links to web resources.

View Resource Basic Concepts and Formulas in Microscopy

The site provides introductory information related to optical microscopy. Among the topics addressed are resolution, numerical aperture, depth of field, field of view, illumination and the useful magnification range. A section on fluorescence microscopy is also included. Interactive video is used to demonstrate concepts in some cases. Researchers and educators interested in a brief overview of...

View Resource Introduction to Scanning Probe Microscopy

This learning module teaches the principles behind scanning tunneling microscopy and atomic force microscopy. The module includes example applications and ample literature citations. Scanning tunneling (STM), atomic force (AFM), lateral (friction) force, magnetic force, chemical force and phase imaging are discussed.

View Resource McCrone Atlas of Microscopic Particles

This site, from The McCrone Group, offers "an online reference for analytical microscopists needing to identify an unknown, or who simply want to learn more about a particular substance." Users can research known substances, or attempt to identify unknown particles through the search function. Users are asked to complete a free registration to access the full atlas.

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