350527, G02B 2106
An incident light, bright-field, Kohler illuminating device for a microscope which reflects an illuminating beam into one half of the pupil of a microscope objective, which avoids vignetting of the field of vision without requiring especially short objectives, which can provide illumination with polarized light, and which can be added to any transmitted light microscope including microscopes with revolvable turrets without requiring a specially designed microscope stand.
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Corbin John K.
Ernst Leitz Wetzlar GmbH
Koren Matthew W.
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