Inexpensive Microscopy for Introductory Laboratory Courses
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CitationPeidle, 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.
AbstractWe 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.
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