Friday, December 13, 2013

Zinc chloride under the microscope

Zinc chloride is used for a number of applications, among them fingerprint detection on crime scenes. It is reacting with amino acids and form a color with the name “Ruhemann’s purple".
Zinc chloride under the microscope
Zinc chloride under the microscope (magnification 200x and polarized light).
 See also my collection of chemicals under the microscope.

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