A dis nguishable feature of a dark field microscopy

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A dis " nguishable feature of a dark field microscopy is that it reflects light o ff of the specimen at an angle. This approach does not allow the visualiza " on of intracellular structures. Unlike bright field or phase contrast microscopy where light passes directly through the sample, dark field microscopy reflects light o ff of the specimen at an angle. The resul " ng image is an excep " onally dark background and a vibrant specimen.
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