Chaoborus

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Jacek
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Chaoborus

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Post by pwnell »

Second one is really nifty.

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Wonderful images!

I was interested to read about Chaoborus in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glassworm and in the link at the bottom of that article.

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thank you

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another great set :wink:

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Excellent pol images!
What kind of compensators did you use in the second image?. It looks very similar to the third one but without the magenta background.
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Thanks, the left one is a full wave plate (red ,tint, gypsum...) and the right one a 1/4 wave plate (mica...).
What surprises me a bit is that the interference colors of the specimen are about the same with both plates
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Indeed, they are very similar but differ

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Very nice!

Thanks for the shot of the compensators. I too was wondering how the magenta background was "removed".

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