Analytical Cytology: Methods for Studying Cellular Form and Function

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Units and Symbols
A.Angstrom
Millimicron
λWavelength
αSpecific refraction increment
μRefractive index
ΓRetardation
γContrast
ψPhase change introduced by phase plate
NFactor related to absorption of phase plate
ΨPhase change produced by object
kFactor related to absorption of object
θMeasure of phase difference between interfering fields

References
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14. Barer R., "Phase-contrast and interference microscopy of birefringent objects", in Françon M., editor, Contraste de phase et contraste par interférences, Éditions Revue d'Optique, Paris, 1952.
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16. Barer R., "Infrared phase-contrast microscopy", in Françon M., editor, Contraste de phase et contraste par interférences, Éditions Revue d'Optique, Paris, 1952.
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