What components do fluorescent microscopes usually consist of?
Fluorescence microscopy usually consists of the following components:
- Light source, which can be a xenon or mercury lamp, LED or laser.
- an excitation filter that selects only the excitation wavelength from the source that is capable of exciting the sample.
- A dichroic beam splitter or mirror that transmits and reflects light as a function of wavelength.
- A transmit filter that ensures that only light emitted from the sample is transmitted by selecting light of different wavelengths.
- CCD camera, a device widely used to detect emitted light, usually connected to a computer screen displaying the generated image
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