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Microscope Stands

Nature volume 88, page 587 (29 February 1912) | Download Citation

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MR. J. W. OGILVY, in his reply (NATURE, February 8) to one of my questions, does little more than reiterate his former statement that the German instruments are superior, and are produced in better organised works. This seems to introduce the question of workmanship, which has not, to my knowledge, been brought under consideration. The discussion seems to be one of design.

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