Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Maple syrup under a microscope

A dried and crystallized sample of maple syrup under a microscope. The crystals are the sugar in the syrup and the colors are produced by polarized light. 

maple syrup under a microscope
Maple syrup under a microscope (magnification 40x and polarized light).

crystals of maple syrup under a microscope and in polarized light
Maple syrup under a microscope (magnification 40x and polarized light).

microscope photo of maple syrup
Maple syrup under a microscope (magnification 80x and polarized light).

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11 comments:

  1. Wau mikä kuva, herkullinen ja tyrmistyttävän kaunis.

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  2. Wow - that is pretty cool. I had no idea it would be to pretty.

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  3. Makeat värit. Hienot makrot

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  4. Well no one could have guessed that unless you had told them. Incredible.

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  5. Uskomattomat värit! Eipä olisi uskonut - kaikkea sitä näkeekin :).

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  6. gorgeous images. Makes me want to buy a microscope. .)

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  7. Very happy to have found your blog.
    Gorgeous study/picture.

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  8. Wow, Leovi! Where do you come up with these wild ideas? Saludos!

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  9. Wow, I really love those colours!

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  10. Was für Farben! Faszinierend!

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