Inverted microscopes for Life Sciences are often used to observe cell and/or tissue cultures in a Petri dish of flask. The observation can be done under more natural conditions than on a glass slide. The light source and condenser are mounted on the top of the microscope above the stage, objectives and turret mounted below the stage.
The inverted biological microscopes of Euromex are available for bright or phase contrast and also with fluorescence attachment. Specific objectives compensate the 1.2 mm thick bottoms of the petri dishes or culture flaks.
Inverted microscopes for Material Sciences are used to observe larger material samples that can not fit the more conventional material science upright microscopes. The light source and condenser are mounted on the top of the microscope above the stage, the objectives and turret mounted below the stage.
Specific objectives without compensation for cover glass thickness are used since the materials are most of time polished in order to better observe the structure of the material.
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