流体实验 弯头 鲁尔转接头
60° between branches
Up to 125 °C (autoclav.)
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Cross Section Through a Well of the μ-Slide 4 well Ph+ with a Transmitted Light Beam Path
The illustration on the left shows the perturbing effect of a meniscus. Light is refracted on the air-water-interface, leading to poor contrast in microscopy. Only the small center part exhibits satisfying phase contrast.
Working with the μ-Slide 4 well Ph+ diminishes the meniscus and increases the area of nicely contrasted cells. This nice contrast is due to the parallel beam path that is created by the plate.
Comparison Ph+ Well versus Standard Well:
No Meniscus Effect in Ph+ Well
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