Sunday, January 31, 2016

Metamizole under the microscope

Metamizole or Dipyrone, is an analgesic, antispasmodic and antipyretic medicine. The mechanism how it’s working is unknown and it is banned in many countries, because of its side effects. There are some samples of Metamizole crystals under the microscope and in polarized light. The crystals are precipitated on a microscope slide from a solution. 

Metamizole under the  microscope
Metamizole under the  microscope (magnification 80x).

Metamizole under the  microscope
Metamizole under the  microscope (magnification 80x).

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