Polarising Microscopy

What is polarising microscopy and how can it help me in my research?

Polarising microscopy is an optical imaging technique that uses polarised light used to reveal the composition and structure of birefringent (doubly-refracting) anisotropic specimens (e.g. highly-organised connective tissues such as bone, muscle, teeth etc)

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