Microscopy Services

A picture is worth a thousand words.


Following Van Leuwenkook’s first observations of cell structure in corks in the early 19th century, scientists pursued seeing ever smaller and smaller objects. Since that time many developments have made the microscope the tool of choice in identification of many aspects or changes in known substances as well as identification of unknowns including asbestos, wood and paper fibers, pigments, textile and composite fibers, minerals, wastes, aerosols, pollen, air pollution particulate, fungi, pharmaceuticals and their polymorphs, and the list goes on. The microscope and a trained microscopist from pH2 can let you see what you've been looking for.

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