Phase contrast microscopy is a white-light optical microscopy technique that relies on sample-induced phase changes in illumination light to generate images with more information than provided by sample-induced intensity changes. Phase information is mixed with intensity information in conventional phase-contrast microscopy, whereas quantitative phase-contrast microscopy displays only the phase information.
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