Did you mean : parcentric and parfocal

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Parcentric and parfocal calibration compensate for the deviations from parfocality (focal plane) and parcentricity (collimation) that are normally encountered ...

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Parcentered: A microscope that is “parcentered” is one in which the object in the ... Parfocal: A microscope that is “parfocal” is one which, if it is in focus with one ...

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Oct 3, 2011 ... Parfocal. Definition. the ability of a microscope to remain in focus when ... Molds vs. Yeasts. Definition. two morphological forms of fungi. Term ...

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Oct 24, 2014 ... Parcentric/parfocal calibration (2014). MBF Bioscience ... Parfocal vs Varifocal lenses | what's the difference and why does it matter? - Duration: ...

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"Parfocal" refers to objectives that can be changed with minimal or no refocusing. Parfocalling compound microscope objectives is a procedure which allows you ...

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Such a set of objectives is described as being parfocal, a useful convenience and safety feature. Matched sets of objectives are also designed to be parcentric, ...

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Monocular Microscope. Objective Lens. Objective Turret. Oil Immersion Lens. Parcentered. Parfocal. Phase Contrast. Plan Lens. Polarized Light Microscopy.

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What is the difference between parcentric and telecentric? Parcentric ... What is the benefit of being parfocal and parcentric and how do I set this up? A parfocal ...

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parfocal. the image will remain nearly focused after the 40X objective lens is moved ... as you increase magnification if a microscope is parfocal and parcentered.

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Parcentral The property of a microscope which keeps the specimen relatively centralized in the field of view from one objective lens to the next lens. Parfocal The ...