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Polarising Light Microscopy
Polarised light microscopy uses plane-polarised light to enhance the technique that improves the quality of the image obtained when compared to other techniques. It is a useful method to determine qualitative and quantitative aspects of crystallographic axes present in various materials. It analyse the structures that are birefringent e.g. cellulose microfibrils.
Related journals Polarising Light Microscopy Journal of Biomedical Optics, Journal of Applied Physics, Flow Measurement and Instrumentation