Material Optical Compound Microscope

Widefield microscopy refers to techniques where the whole specimen is exposed to light.Typically, it is used for viewing samples at high magnification (25x- 1000x), which is achieved by the combined effect of two sets of lenses: The ocular lens (in the eyepiece) and the objective lenses (close to the sample).The image seen with this type of microscope is two dimensional. Detect the microstructure and materia defects easily during failure analysis, quality control and materials testing. Samples usually will be prepared with thin section for transmitted light illumination suits application like minerals, fibres, rock, or plastics and polished samples for application suits reflected light like microstructures, defects, cracks, or failure analysis. Zeiss widefield microscope have an option of motorized and manual version with configuration of both transmitted and reflected light source, and variety of contrast techniques applies; brightfield, darkfield, C-DIC (patented by Zeiss), Polarization for both transmitted and reflected light.