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What is a Dark Field Microscopy? 

working principle of dark field microscopy

working principle of dark field microscopy

working principle of dark field microscopy

working principle of dark field microscopy

The dark field microscopic examination of freshly collected, vital blood is a pillar of the Paracelsus Clinica al Ronc holistic medical diagnosis. It provides information on the internal milieu and function of the blood cells, as well as the amount and development of endobionts, from which microorganisms and more sophisticated structures, such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses, develop.

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy
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Dark field microscopy principle

Dark field microscopy is a method which also creates contrast between the object and the surrounding field. As the name implies, the background is dark and the object is bright. A annular stop is also used for dark field, but the stop is now outside the field of view. Only light coming from the outside of the beam passes through the object and it cannot be seen directly. Only when light from the stop is deflected and deviated by the object can it be seen. This method also produces a great deal of glare and therefore the specimen often appears as a bright silhouette rather than as a bright object of which much detail can be determined. The following diagram shows the setup of the dark field light path.

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy (1)

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy (1)

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

Dark field microscopy APPLICATIONS

• Viewing blood cells (biological dark field microscope, combined with phase contrast)
• Viewing bacteria (biological dark field microscope, often combined with phase contrast)
• Viewing different types of algae (biological dark field microscope)
• Viewing hairline metal fractures (metallurgical dark field microscope)
• Viewing diamonds and other precious stones (gemological microscope or stereo dark field microscope)
• Viewing shrimp or other invertebrates (stereo dark field microscope)

 

 

Treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

How to made thedark field microscopy ?

It is very easy to makedark field microscopy yourself. What you have to do is place an opaque round stop in the condenser. An easy way is to cut a piece of black paper and put it on a filter in your filterholder. You can put the stop on a piece of clear acetate sheet. You can even try to draw the stop on it with black paint. The most important thing is to have it big enough to stop all light going directly into the objective. Only the light that is reflected by the objects in the sample reaches the objective then. Stronger objectives are more difficult because their NA is often too high. The NA of your condenser should always be higher then the NA of the objective. If patch-stops of 8, 10, 12 and 15mm are made you can’t go wrong really. For objectives of around x10 the middle sizes prove best.If you like to make the patchstop as precise as possible: The best way is to set up as normal (brightfield), remove the eyepiece and close/open the substage iris until it is *just* visible. Then, either bending your neck over double, or carefully removing the condenser, measure the diameter of the iris diaphragm as it is now set. A pair of calipers is useful here. This diameter is that for the patch stop. Very often, to be on the safe side it is best to add about 10% to this figure, this avoids leakage, especially if you have no means of centering the stop in the filter holder. If you have a phase contrast condenser, the largest phase contrast annuli often make excellent patch stops for darkfield!The real connoisseurs must have recognized the skills of Klaus Kemp in the arranged (cleaned) diatom slide photographed by Mike Samworth.

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

treponema pallidum dark field microscopy

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