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About this book
About this book
Providing concise definitions of over 2,500 terms used in the fields of light microscopy, electron microscopy, scanning probe microscopy, x-ray microscopy and related techniques, this dictionary is intended to provide easy navigation and be a reference for definitions of established terms.
Preface. Sponsors. Acknowledgements. Acronyms. Dictionary Entries. Appendices. Sources/Bibliography.
Dr Julian Heath is the Editor of Microscopy and Analysis, the world s leading publication for microscopists. He has worked in microscopy laboratories in universities in the UK and USA and has been involved in the training of students, technicians and postdoctorates in the use of microscopes.
358 pages, colour photos
I would highly recommend this book to everyone who has interest in modern microscopy. (Microbe, June 2006) "This dictionary offers a wealth of information, both for those in the microscopy field and those new to microscopy highly recommended." (CHOICE, April 2006) " a quick and handy bookshelf reference." (Veterinary Pathology, February 2006) "The book boasts a richness of content and illustrations that could contribute much t the work of novice and expert alike." (American Reference Books Annual, 2006) " provides easy navigation through the microscopy vocabulary. Essential and accessible, it can serve as a first point of reference " (SirReadaLot.org, October 2005) " a most valuable contribution to the literature which warrants a place on the book shelves of all active microscopists." (Materials Characterization, August 2006) " a useful and very accessible scientific text. For any library certainly a book that would be worth considering for purchase." (Reference Reviews, 20:5, September 2006)