Fiber Cross-Sectioning Techniques

Fiber Cross-Sectioning Techniques - Eli Quinn January 28th,...

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Eli Quinn January 28 th , 2008 Section 202 Dr. Hamouda Fiber Cross-Sectioning Techniques for Microscopical Study
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Abstract – The purpose of the Fiber Cross-Sectioning Techniques for Microscopical Study lab is to introduce students in training with the microscope to become handy with the tool and to display how the microscope can be used as tools for examining fibers. The procedure of the lab will consist of examining pieces of fibers through the compound microscope while using two different methods of cross-sectioning. When the lab is complete students should be familiar with all of the common parts of the compound microscope and establish a visual picture of three different textile fibers by examining them using the cork method and plastic plate method of cross-sectioning. Introduction – In the lab students are directed to retrieve the compound microscope and fibers in order to examine the specimens using the two types of cross-sectioning techniques which is the cork method and the plastic plate method. First, each slide plate will be filled with the different specimens after using the cork method to create a visual representation of what is displayed through the microscope. Then do the same using the
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