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Practical Photo-Micrography

Nature volume 119, page 313 (26 February 1927) | Download Citation



FOURTEEN years have elapsed since the first edition of this book was published, but it is noteworthy, as the authors point out, that photo-micrography itself has made little advance during this period, though there have naturally been various modifications in the apparatus employed. The reason for this standstill is that microscopy has not advanced, for the best microscopes and miscroscopic objectives of twenty or more years ago are equal to any produced to-day.

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