@Laksiyer initially gave the idea to view it under polarized light. So got hold of an old Nokia Screen that was lying around and made use of the LCD screen as a polarizing filter. it isn’t pretty but does the work.
The work that is done in our lab mostly involves 8Hydroxyquinoline and Porphyrin. This is 8-Hydroxyquinoline-5-sulphonic acid.
I had always wanted to see what the edges of a blade of grass looked like. It’s one of the small things in life.
The Macroscopic picture The pollen on the anthers held up by the filament. The pollen.
The Macroscopic picture – it’s a single strand of a Crows Feather. One of my colleagues remarked ” what would it be like if we took a single strand from the microscopic image and magnify it further”.