Inexpensive Microscopy for Introductory Laboratory Courses

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Title: Inexpensive Microscopy for Introductory Laboratory Courses
Author: Peidle, Joseph D.; Stokes, Chris; Hart, Robert M; Franklin, Melissa; Newburgh, Ronald; Pahk, Joon; Rueckner, Wolfgang H. E.; Samuel, Aravinthan DT

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Citation: Peidle, Joseph, Chris Stokes, Robert Hart, Melissa Franklin, Ronald Newburgh, Joon Pahk, Wolfgang Rueckner, and Aravi Samuel. 2009. Inexpensive microscopy for introductory laboratory courses. American Journal of Physics 77(10): 931-938.
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Abstract: We present an inexpensive apparatus for bright field and fluorescence microscopy with video capture, suitable for introductory laboratory courses. Experiments on Brownian motion and the Boltzmann distribution of suspended particles in a gravitational field are described. The Boltzmann constant is measured in three ways, and the results fall within 15% of the accepted value.
Published Version: doi:10.1119/1.3153502
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