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Microkinematography

Nature volume 88, page 312 (04 January 1912) | Download Citation

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IT may be admitted that the word ultramicroscope is misplaced, and its use may inadvertently cause some confusion, though the remarks which immediately follow should prevent any possible misconception as to the method employed. The large cost involved is, of course, a consideration of great importance to those actually concerned in the production of the films, but scarcely one to be insisted on in an article such as that under discussion.

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