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By F. J. Baker

Finished undergraduate textbook at the rules and perform of labor in clinical laboratories. incorporates a common advent, and chapters on: medical chemistry,cellular pathology, microbiology, hematology, and transfusion technology. Halftone illustrations. earlier variation: c1985. Softcover. DNLM: Laboratory concepts and techniques.

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With practice, a bend of any angle can be made without per­ mitting the walls to fall in. Difficulties encountered may be due to unevenness of melting, too small an area of glass being treated or the use of too small a flame. For bending glass tubing of larger bore, one end is closed with the stoppered rubber tubing. A wide sector of the glass is rotated in the blow-lamp flame. As the glass sags, the tube is removed from the flame and bent upwards, at the same time gently blowing into the free end.

10) Never place anything on the pans, nor remove anything from them, unless the balance is at rest, as the knife-edges are easily damaged. Use of the rider If the zero mark is at the centre of the cross-beam, the rider resting on this point adds nothing to the weight of the righthand pan. If the rider is moved to the right the weight that it contributes to the right-hand pan is 10 milligrams x reading on the scale. For example, if the beam is graduated from 0 to 10, and the rider is placed on 1st division, the weight contribu­ ted by the rider is 10 milligrams x 1/10 = 1 milligram.

Extension of the draw tube pro­ duces magnification of the final image, but its primary function is the elimination of spherical aberration when using cover glasses of incorrect thickness. Objectives are corrected for the standard No. 1 cover glasses, and shortening of the tube length is desirable if very thick cover glasses are used. Condensers Condensers fall into two categories. —These are designed so that the object under examination is illuminated very obliquely. The rays will be lost, unless they are reflected or refracted into the objective by the object.

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