Chemical microscopy to teach special course at Emporia State University


The course will be a hybrid course including aspects of sample preparation as well as advanced polarized light microscopy (PLM) techniques.

Dale Purcell, Ph.D., President of Chemical microscopy and consultant to Improved pharma, will teach a microscopy sample preparation course at Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas. The course will be a hybrid course including aspects of sample preparation as well as polarized light microscopy technical (PLM). Special topics that will be covered include: interactions of polarized light with matter, anisotropy, extinction, difference in thickness from the optical path, sign of elongation, interference figures, pleochroism, Becke’s line, relative refractive indices and analyzes of glass, fibers, animal and human hair and films polymers. The course is intended for laboratory instructors, who will then pass their knowledge on to the students of the university. Dr Purcell says: “As scientists we are always looking for ways to share our knowledge and advance the field. Microscopy is an area that requires extensive practice and training, and I am happy to be able to participate in this educational opportunity. The course takes place from December 13th to 17th.

For more information on microscopy techniques, please Contact us at 1-765-490-6428. For more information on all of Improved Pharma’s services, please contact us at [email protected] or 1-765-463-9951.

About chemical microscopy:

Chemical Microscopy is a materials research and analysis company specializing in the identification, classification and characterization of small quantities, unknown or foreign substances, by optical microscopy, electron microscopy, microspectroscopy, and microchemistry in the pharmaceutical and other industries. The company was founded in 2011.

About the Enhanced Pharmacy

Improved Pharma is a research, consultancy and information company dedicated to improving pharmaceutical methods, formulations and processes. Services include solid state shape studies, formula design, synchrotron technique, analytical tests, and expert advice for the development and defense of intellectual property issues. The company was founded in 2006 by Stephen and Sarah Byrn, who also founded SSCI.

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