Published: Jan 1964
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The polarizing microscope serves to study the polarization optical properties of crystalline materials such as synthetic resins and fibers. These optical properties are related to the submicroscopical structures within such materials. One way to study structures in the submicroscopical region, therefore, is to examine the polarization optical properties of synthetic resins or fibers and then to relate this information to the structures which are actually of interest.
Microlaboratory, E. Leitz, Inc., New York, N. Y.