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on Mar 03, 2018
Seems like solvent A and B are confused
By convention solvent A is the aqueous solvent and solvent B is the organic one, so the designation seems to be right. The baseline does not always raise with the increasing amount of solvent B, it depends how steep is the gradient.
on Feb 28, 2018
Why does my mercruiser engine die when put in forward?
Something is too close to the coil wire , CAbles(steering and throttle ) either up front or on the engine do flex when moved.Checkthe movement and operating clearnces at both full and idle positions. All tests can and should be done with engine off, due to Dangerous prop exposure. Good Luck and I would like it if you tell me what you ultimately find. _Ned_
on Feb 17, 2018
Error 102 microscope not plugged in
One has to have a compatible operating system with the correct driver, Your computer operating system must be set for reading the USB port as a video device, f you are able to read any data from the scope you should also check firmware version against the manufacturer's latest revision. Also suggest you download the operator's manual from the manufacturer's site.
Digital Blue QX5...
on Feb 03, 2018
Just aquired an old olympus
Olympus makes good microscopes so you have done well and stereo microscopes are so much nicer to use than singles. As far as cleaning the lenses goes, buy a good quality camera lens blower brush and also a can of compressed air like the ones used for computers. Blow any loose dust hairs etc off with the can of air and then use the brush for anything remaining. If there are fingerprints or grease on the lenses then clean them using camera lens cleaning fluid and lens tissue but make sure all debris and dust are removed first or you may scratch the lenses. In general try not to use anything more than air and a brush unless absolutely necessary. Another option for removing fingerprints etc is to use a "lens pen" with caution. The ones sold for cameras work well but may be too large. They make some smaller ones for cleaning camera sensors and those might work better for the relatively small microscope lenses or just cut the regular lens pen disk to make it smaller. It is just as important to make sure the lens is dust/debris free when using the lens pens.
Low power stereo microscopes often allow you to put on a single magnifier lens in front of the main objectives to increase magnification. Do a bit of searching to find what are options for your model.
on Jan 18, 2018
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